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Dodge Intrepid 2.7L engine problems Replace with 3.2



 
 
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Old December 16th 04, 11:27 PM
toyota1
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Default Dodge Intrepid 2.7L engine problems Replace with 3.2

Anyone having problems with the dodge intrepid 2.7 L engine, I have a
cheaper and better solution for you. I own an automotive shop and we have
been installing the optional 3.2l engine with very successful results,
cheaper than a replacement 2.7l. If you have any questions or interest in
the 3.2 conversion, feel free to contact me via email.

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Old December 16th 04, 11:44 PM
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Im just wondering what happens down the road when the vehicle fails a State
emissions program, If the labels/vin/engine and all that dont match, it wont
fly thru, not to say thats considered tampering (federal offence) And what
about the engine controller??? 2.7-3.2??? i belive there is a difference
Glenn Beasley
Chrysler Tech
"toyota1" > wrote in message
lkaboutautos.com...
> Anyone having problems with the dodge intrepid 2.7 L engine, I have a
> cheaper and better solution for you. I own an automotive shop and we have
> been installing the optional 3.2l engine with very successful results,
> cheaper than a replacement 2.7l. If you have any questions or interest in
> the 3.2 conversion, feel free to contact me via email.
>



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Old December 17th 04, 08:00 PM
toyota1
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The emissions have not been a problem. Vehicles that have been tested have
passed. Also the 2.7l ecu will run the 3.2 engines without any problems.
State laws vary depending on the state, and there are certain processes in
some states that require you to register a vehicle as "rebuilt" in this
situation.

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Old December 17th 04, 08:40 PM
maxpower
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O...im not refering to now, im talking about a few yrs down the road when
they fail, when the numbers dont match and the veci sticker doesnt jive and
maybe time for a waiver, or the inspector catches it, like i said, that is
considered Tampering. I bouhgt my wife a 2003 sebring with the
2.7............. 5w30 oil every 3k. i wont have a problem
Glenn Beasley
Chrysler Tech
"toyota1" > wrote in message
lkaboutautos.com...
> The emissions have not been a problem. Vehicles that have been tested have
> passed. Also the 2.7l ecu will run the 3.2 engines without any problems.
> State laws vary depending on the state, and there are certain processes in
> some states that require you to register a vehicle as "rebuilt" in this
> situation.
>



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Old December 17th 04, 10:12 PM
James C. Reeves
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5w30 Synthetic? Or, dino?

"maxpower" > wrote in message
...
> O...im not refering to now, im talking about a few yrs down the road when
> they fail, when the numbers dont match and the veci sticker doesnt jive
> and
> maybe time for a waiver, or the inspector catches it, like i said, that is
> considered Tampering. I bouhgt my wife a 2003 sebring with the
> 2.7............. 5w30 oil every 3k. i wont have a problem
> Glenn Beasley
> Chrysler Tech
> "toyota1" > wrote in message
> lkaboutautos.com...
>> The emissions have not been a problem. Vehicles that have been tested
>> have
>> passed. Also the 2.7l ecu will run the 3.2 engines without any problems.
>> State laws vary depending on the state, and there are certain processes
>> in
>> some states that require you to register a vehicle as "rebuilt" in this
>> situation.
>>

>
>



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Old December 17th 04, 10:12 PM
James C. Reeves
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5w30 Synthetic? Or, dino?

"maxpower" > wrote in message
...
> O...im not refering to now, im talking about a few yrs down the road when
> they fail, when the numbers dont match and the veci sticker doesnt jive
> and
> maybe time for a waiver, or the inspector catches it, like i said, that is
> considered Tampering. I bouhgt my wife a 2003 sebring with the
> 2.7............. 5w30 oil every 3k. i wont have a problem
> Glenn Beasley
> Chrysler Tech
> "toyota1" > wrote in message
> lkaboutautos.com...
>> The emissions have not been a problem. Vehicles that have been tested
>> have
>> passed. Also the 2.7l ecu will run the 3.2 engines without any problems.
>> State laws vary depending on the state, and there are certain processes
>> in
>> some states that require you to register a vehicle as "rebuilt" in this
>> situation.
>>

>
>



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Old January 13th 05, 11:41 PM
lawangel
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Yeah, I'm only looking for some "helpful" input...I don't think matchbox is
gonna do it for me.

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Old January 14th 05, 12:24 AM
maxpower
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<<<<Any suggestions on a car
<<<<that won't break down before it's paid for? ~A~

How can you answer a question like that? I see these intrepids in my dealer
every day, some have up to 300k on them with the 2.7, my brother owns one,
he has 98k, my wife has the sebring with the 2.7 she has 33k
If I suggested an intrepid what would you have said? I see all makes and
models with problems, from Ford to Chevy to Toyota and so on...you asked a
rhetorical question!!!

1 a : of, relating to, or concerned with rhetoric asked merely for effect
with no answer expected <a rhetorical question> (that is what i gave you)

Glenn Beasley
Chrysler Tech

"lawangel" > wrote in message
lkaboutautos.com...
> Yeah, I'm only looking for some "helpful" input...I don't think matchbox

is
> gonna do it for me.
>



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Old January 14th 05, 12:24 AM
maxpower
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<<<<Any suggestions on a car
<<<<that won't break down before it's paid for? ~A~

How can you answer a question like that? I see these intrepids in my dealer
every day, some have up to 300k on them with the 2.7, my brother owns one,
he has 98k, my wife has the sebring with the 2.7 she has 33k
If I suggested an intrepid what would you have said? I see all makes and
models with problems, from Ford to Chevy to Toyota and so on...you asked a
rhetorical question!!!

1 a : of, relating to, or concerned with rhetoric asked merely for effect
with no answer expected <a rhetorical question> (that is what i gave you)

Glenn Beasley
Chrysler Tech

"lawangel" > wrote in message
lkaboutautos.com...
> Yeah, I'm only looking for some "helpful" input...I don't think matchbox

is
> gonna do it for me.
>



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Old January 13th 05, 11:41 PM
lawangel
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Yeah, I'm only looking for some "helpful" input...I don't think matchbox is
gonna do it for me.

 




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