With all car if you have fuel and spark then timing is your issue on a 1.5 L engine the timing belt has most likey jumped time. the good news is you can replace the belt pretty cheap(parts about $30) also you should check the igition module for function. your basically looking for timing control issues.
No, they do not interchange.
distributor drive setting on a dodge ram 5.9 liter
No, they are not interchangeable.
Dodge doesn't have a 4.8 liter engine so I am not sure that there is an answer.
Had the same problem on my '00 4.7 liter. Turns out it was the throttle position sensor. Sensor was replaced at dealer problem disappeared.
where can I find the egr valve on a 2001 dodge intrepid 3.5 liter
No, the Dodge 4.7 liter motor is a 287. A 318 is the same as a 5.2 liter motor.
The engine size in a 96 Dodge Stratus is a 2.4 liter could have a 2.0L. It should say it right on the engine.
2007 was the first year but you could also get 5.9 diesel also
It is possible, it just requires a new pcm and wiring harness.
My guess would be that motor is locked.
Idle is computer controlled and is not adjustable. If the idle is incorrect, you have a computer, sensor, wiring problem.
The 5.2L was not available in 2003. Its last year was 2001.
Dodge, Chrysler, Plymouth no.
Check the radiator hose for weakness or it could possibly be the wrong hose.
2.7 and 3.5 liter motors.. 22.214.171.124.5.6
There is no such thing as a 4.1 liter magnum
Depending on model year, either a 5.9 liter or 6.7 liter inline six. A 5.0 liter V8 is supposed to be introduced for the Dodge Ram 1500, as well as the Toyota Tundra.
No, the 2.0 liter 4 cylinder engine in a 2004 Dodge Neon is an interference engine