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Much of the information used to write this article was provided by Bruce Chapman, president, and the employees of Ontario Reman, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada. Ontario Reman is an authorized Chrysler engine rebuilder selling remanufactured engines and small parts to Canadian Chrysler dealers. We thank them!

Chrysler introduced a whole new family of 60 degree V6 engines beginning with the 3.3L OHV in 1990. It was followed by the 3.8L OHV in 1991 and the 3.5L SOHC that came out in 1993. All three of these engines have performed well and provided good service, but the industry continues to change so quickly they were soon replaced in the cars by another family of SOHC and DOHC engines that were introduced in 1998!

The good news for rebuilders is that there are a lot of these engines installed in cars and vans that are worth fixing and they

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Doug Anderson

Doug Anderson

Manager of Technical Services at Grooms Engines
Doug Anderson is Manager of Technical Services for Grooms Engines, located in Nashville, TN. He has authored numerous technical articles on engine rebuilding for Engine Builder magazine for more than 20 years. Anderson has also made many technical presentations on engine building at AERA and PERA conventions and seminars.