Many engines do not have the cylinder numbers cast on the block or the head. The only way to tell is to buy the maintenance manual for the car, and to look up the 'engine' section. Under 'Timing' it will tell you the firing order, the layout of the cylinders, and how to install the timing belt/chain.
It's on the passenger side cylinder head in the back.
where can I find the egr valve on a 2001 dodge intrepid 3.5 liter
If a 1999 Dodge Intrepid timing chain goes out a valve in the head can easily be damaged.
It is inside the trans, on the valve body.
Inside the trans pan.
There are four proportioning valves. They are located by all four tires within the brake line. It is a small cylinder shaped valve about two inches long.
You have to remove the pan and valve body.
The bolts on a 94 Dodge Intrepid valve cover need to be very tight. You should tighten to 12 N*m or 105 inch pounds.
It is inside the valve body inside the transmission.
The bolts that hold it on are over torqued.
You can't, there is an anti siphon valve in the filler neck.
Yes they will , just change around the valve covers and intake from the new to the old.