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About Dodge

Dodge is an American car brand. The company is headquartered in Auburn Hills, Michigan. In the past, Dodge vehicles have been among the best. Initially, Dodge was a supplier and assemblies to Detroit automakers. The V6 engine was introduced into Dodge in 1987, replacing the old, longer design with slanted pistons. It was essentially a six-cylinder version of the 318 V8 engine. This engine produced 125 hp until it was replaced by the Magnum 3.9 engine in 1992. In 1987, it was equipped with a twin Holley carburetor and hydraulic valve guides. In 1988 it was equipped with throttle body injection and roller injectors. It remained until the Magnum was updated in 1992. Engine air filters are located in the engine compartment and filter out harmful particles. If the air filters are not replaced regularly, dirt build-up can affect engine operation. The cabin air filters are located behind the glove box, under the dashboard, or under the bonnet.
When the Magnum was updated in 1992, the droplet gas injection was replaced with a multi-channel injection system. This engine was produced until 2004. It was replaced by the 3.7L Power Tech V6 engine. From 1975 onwards, power began to decline with the introduction of new emission controls, and by 1980 the E58 produced only 185 hp SAE. From 1981, the 360 engine was used exclusively in trucks and vans. After the introduction of the 5.2L V8 engine in 1992, the often forgotten V6 Magnum engine was offered in Ram vans and the smaller Dodge Dakota. The 3.9L engine, based on the LA Series V6, was modified and improved, as were other Magnum engines. We are the number one online shop. You don't have to worry about the price here.

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In 1928, it was sold to another stronger corporation. It gradually established its truck and heavy vehicle division. By the 1970s, its primary vehicles were trucks and large passenger cars. The chassis cab has a huge gross combination weight, a huge maximum weight for diesel trailers, and impressive torque and traction to get the job done. Make this monster your own. The cab is packed with impressive accessories and features: 50,000 psi steel rear frame, 440 amp max load from two generators, and much more. With trailer lights and tire pressure monitoring, you'll always be aware of the trailer's status, both on and off the road. These features provide visual alerts on the Driver Information System digital display and real-time information for up to four trailers and up to 12 tires per trailer. If an additional trailer is not required and 4x4 mode is not engaged, the chassis cab automatically disengages the front axle, saving time on the road. Here you can get the parts you need at a reasonable price.
The 1975 Dodge Charger and Cordoba used the same chassis based on the B-platform. 1976 was the last year of the Dart in the North American market. ZF 8HP is the trademark of ZF Friedrichshafen AG for models with an eight-speed automatic transmission. It was fitted to the V12 engine and has since been fitted to all new models in all rear- and all-wheel-drive versions. One of the main objectives is to reduce the car's fuel consumption. It saves 11% fuel compared to a six-speed ZF gearbox and 14% compared to modern five-speed gearboxes. Thanks to internal design changes, shift times have been reduced to 200 milliseconds. The second-generation 8HP products have been available since 2014. Compared to the original design, improvements include a higher transmission ratio of 7.8:1, less torque in the gearbox, lower pressure in the oil pump, and the use of extended tracks and a start-stop system. ZF estimates that fuel consumption has increased by 3% compared to the first-generation eight hp units. Vibration improvements have also been made.