The specs you are looking for may be found in the Dodge service manuals or bulletins, which can be printed out for you at any dealership that services dodge vehicles. You have to be nice when asking for them.On the other hand, go to autozone or hi-lo or any shop that sells manuals for the Chrysler Concorde or intrepid, they may be there.I did not get the question clear though, and, in addition to the above, are you trying to set the timing or replace worn out parts? Do you need the torque specs or ????????If its the timing, then rotate both of them until they are 90deg from the mating surface on the exhaust. Use the dots or arrows inside the timing gears on both left and right camshaft gears. The dot that looks punched in will be your best bet. The gold markings are also good, but depends on the condition of your chain.
Post again if you need more info, or explain which specs you are after.
has a timing chain
In a 2004 Dodge Intrepid : The 2.7 litre V6 engine has a timing CHAIN ( also , the 3.5 litre V6 engine has a timing BELT )
It must have a TIMING CHAIN because Gates ( they make timing belts etc. ) does not list a timing belt for a 1997 Dodge Intrepid 3.3 liter V6 engine
timing chain. It actually has 3 separate timing chains.
It is important to know what is and it not inside of a car while driving or owning it. Yes, a 1996 Intrepid 3.3 Liter does have a timing chain.
If a 1999 Dodge Intrepid timing chain goes out a valve in the head can easily be damaged.
2.7L has a chain3.2/3.5 has a timing belt.2.7L has a chain3.2/3.5 has a timing belt.
3.3L has a chain. 3.5L has a belt.
it has timing chains
No, it only has one timing chain but has two timing gears
Has 3 timing chains
If the timing chain is off, you will probably have bent valves.
2.7L - chain 3.2L and 3.5L - belt
Timing Chain, several chains and sprockets involved. Leave it to the pros.
Inside the front of the engine.
no they just have timing belts no chains
The 3.5L has a timing belt. All others have timing chains.
Any that do not use a timing belt use a timing chain.
The factory timing chains have a lot more slack than the aftermarket chains.
One, remove the timing cover. The chain is under there. Don't forget timing of the chain.