2001 Dodge Caravan Timing Marks Diagram (3.8 L EGH V6 Engine)

Last Updated on January 11, 2020 by Christ

2001 Dodge Caravan Timing Marks Diagram (3.8 L EGH V6 Engine) – Dodge Caravan is a car type minivan produced by the American company Dodge since 1984. It was introduced to the market with its twin, Plymouth Voyager as the year 1984. The first generation was based on the floorplan Chrysler S-body, the second – AS-body, the third – NS-body, four – RS-body and the fifth – RT-body.

Power is transmitted to the front axle (for a few years optional AWD) through an automatic or manual transmission. In 1987 it introduced a version with an extended wheelbase – called Grand Caravan. In 1988 it introduced yet another derivative of the model, the Chrysler Voyager, and two years later, slightly more upscale Chrysler Town & Country. Since 2008 it produced the fifth generation of the model, only available in configurations with a long wheelbase.

2001-2007 Dodge Caravan Timing Marks Diagram (3.8 L EGH V6 Engine):

2001 Dodge Caravan Timing Marks Diagram (3.8 L EGH V6 Engine)
  1. Camshaft Sprocket Timing Mark (Dot)
  2. Plated Link
  3. Crankshaft Sprocket Timing Mark (Dot)
  4. Arrows

Note: Position the sprocket on the crankshaft (timing mark out) with the timing slot aligned with the timing pin. Lubricate timing chain and sprockets with clean engine oil before installation. For more details, please see the following video:

The diagram above applies to Dodge Caravan 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 year model. This machine is also applied to:

  • 1991–1993 Chrysler New Yorker and Chrysler Imperial
  • 1994–2010 Chrysler minivans
  • 2004–2007 Chrysler Pacifica
  • 2007–2011 Jeep Wrangler
  • 2009–2010 Volkswagen Routan

This diagram is based on the Dodge workshop manual. Hopefully the article of 2001 Dodge Caravan Timing Marks Diagram (3.8L EGH V6 Engine) useful for you.

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