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Want to change oil ina 2.4 L. chrysler Voyager but can't find the oil filter.Where is it located?

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On 4-cylinder engines, the crankshaft position sensor is mounted to the engine block behind the alternator, just above the oil filter, try to cocated previously this to find the filter, according with the next images...


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