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Chrysler Engines

Chrysler 300 Engines

Chrysler produced one of its only full-size sedans in 2004. The Chrysler 300 and its 2.7 V6 engine were paired together. This series was used until 2009 when it was revamped with a newer engine type. The 2.7 had gained fame in the Stratus and Intrepid and has a long history in Chrysler vehicles. The…

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Chrysler Sebring 2.7L V6 Coupe Engines

Chrysler Sebring hit the U.S. auto industry in late 1995. Chrysler had restructured its vehicle offerings after the discontinuance of models like the Sundance and LeBaron. The Sebring ended up being produced for three generations. Slight body changes and a new Coupe version helped to bring new buyers into the Sebring family. You’ll find Chrysler…

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Chrysler Imperial Rebuilt Engines

Chrysler Imperial was based on the well received New Yorker. 1990 was bringing in a lot of changes at Chrysler. The recent acquisition of the Jeep brand gave Chrysler some much needed cash to develop new vehicles. The Imperial was designed as a brand of its own. It remained for a few years until it…

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Chrysler 300M Rebuilt Engines

Chrysler 300M was a 5-year production run car for Chrysler. This sporty sedan took the place of the long retired Eagle brand. Fans of the Eagle quickly took to the 300M. One thing that Chrysler did differently with this vehicle is use only one engine. To keep things simple, a newly designed 3.5L V6 was…

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Rebuilt Chrysler Aspen Engines

Chrysler Aspen was one of the only full-size SUVs that Chrysler has produced. This vehicle did have a sister vehicle known as the Dodge Durango. Both of these vehicles sold well although the Aspen had a shorter production life. The power behind the Aspen was the Chrysler engine technologies. The PowerTech 4.7L that was standard…

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Chrysler LHS Remanufactured Engines

Chrysler LHS was a mid-size passenger car that competed briefly with the Ford Probe and Taurus. The entire LH platform was developed after Chrysler purchased AMC and reworked its Eagle brand. Vehicles like the LHS, Concorde, New Yorker and Intrepid all used the same manufacturing design. This kept the LHS in good company. The engine…

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Eagle Vision V6 Remanufactured Engines

Eagle Vision was a sedan that was produced for nearly 10 years by Chrysler under its Jeep brand. The marketing machine that was behind Jeep was put into motion to promote the Vision around the world. Sales were strong for this V6 engine automobile. It offered much of what Ford or Chevrolet did not in…

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Chrysler Crossfire 3.2L Remanufactured Engines

Chrysler Crossfire was a coupe and a supped up roadster that was pioneered by Chrysler in the early 2000s. A horsepower packed 3.2L engine was what propelled this now retired classic. Along with the Mini Cooper, the Crossfire was part of a new concept car design phase that was geared toward Baby Boomers and mid-career…

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Chrysler PT Cruiser 2.4L Engines for Sale

Well over a million of the Chrysler PT Cruiser were produced in the 10 years of production. The inline 4-cylinder 2.4L engine gave the PT Cruiser its cruising speed without hogging all of the fuel economy. In an era where the world needed better gas mileage in 2001, this new addition to the Chrysler family…

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Chrysler Concorde 2.7L Engines for Sale

Chrysler is known for luxury automobiles and the Concorde was one of the longest reigning luxury passenger cars in its lineup. The second generation revision is the Concorde that won the most awards and the engines that were placed inside of these models are what we sell. The 2.7L and 3.5L Concorde engines are V6…

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Mopar Engines for Sale

Dodge has built its reputation by providing excellent engines that last for decades. While other automakers try to outpace each other with technology, Chrysler has been consistently producing engines for over a century. The Hemi 5.7L is by far the most in demand engine out of the Dodge family, but there are other classics as…

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Buy Chrysler Concorde Engines for Less

One of the lesser successful full sized cars Chrysler built was the Concorde. The car itself was at least a good driver and the engines performed fine, except for a couple of problems with the 2.7 l motor. I think the timing was bad regarding the transmission. That had a lot of problems. We get…

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