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Location of the PCI on Dodge Intrepid 3.2L V6

Tell me where the PCI is on my car?

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SOURCE: location of the camshaft and crankshaft sensors

cam sensor is on the driver side, front of the motor, just below the valve covers in easy veiw, just outboard of the water temp sensor and they both share the same wiring harness.  The cam sensor is on the passenger side, actually on the transmission bell housing.  It takes the signal from the flywheel next to the ring gear, about an inch from the engine on the transmission bellhousing.  Accesible from the top and easier if you remove the air filter duct.  Or jack up the front passenger side and easier if you come in from the front and its behind the axel, behind the motor, go up the bell housing, just below crank shaft level.  Go with this first , it tells the comp when to send fuel.  If you're getting spark with a 1381 code and you're choosing between CAM & CRANK, start with this, this is the culprit.  Consider getting it from the dealer.  Good luck.  This is Waverunner70, Hope I could help.

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SOURCE: Replacing alternator in a 2001 Dodge Intrepid

the easiest way is going to first be to remove the serpentine belt which requires you to loosen the nut on the end of the idler pulley just above the alternator, then behind the pulley is a bolt with a 13mm head on it that you will want to loosen after the pulley is loose to relieve tension off the belt. Remove the belt. Next make sure you remove the battery cables to ensure you dont fry yourself to the car when unhooking the electrical connections from the alternator, your battery is located on the passenger side, down behind and underneath the headlight. Then go under the car and remove the black plastic clips that hold the splash shield up under the bumper. After this the alternator becomes as accesible as it can be, remove it from the bottom. Thanks for using fixya!!

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SOURCE: finding flasher on 95 dodge intrepid

The flasher relay should be located in the fuse panel on the left end of dasboard which is visible with driver door open and there you will see a panel to remove to gain access.

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I have a 2000 dodge intrepid it has been a great car i bought it a 86,000 miles at 132,000 i was driving i came to a stop sign and stopped and the car died, never started again it was a long process to find out what was wrong with it but eventually i found out the motor had no compression I was told by the mechanic from chrysler that the 2000 dodge intrepids are known for this that around 130,000 miles the oil sludge build up in a 2.7 liter motor is horrible and before ya know it your looking for a new motor, so thats what i did 2500 dollars later my intrepid is back on the road and seems to be running great. (knock on wood). In the process of trying to find these motors it was hard because this same problem occurs so often on these motors that its hard to find one at a salvage yard it took me a month and about a 150 miles to find one but i did. all in all i think these are good cars but i would recommend staying away from the 2.7 liter if possible, good luck!

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SOURCE: Could you tell me where the Crankshaft Positioning

Look near your oil filter, attached to the block.

Posted on Oct 28, 2009

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