How To Replace 2007-2013 Chrysler 4.7L Timing Components - Engine Builder Magazine

How To Replace 2007-2013 Chrysler 4.7L Timing Components

This video covers the removal and installation of the timing drive system in late model Chrysler 4.7L engine applications. Those applications include:

Part #                        Make Model Years
9-0393SF                   Chrysler Aspen 2007-2009
9-0393SF                   Dodge Dakota 2008-2010
9-0393SF                   Dodge Durango 2008-2009
9-0393SF                   Dodge Ram 1500 2007-2010
9-0393SF                   Dodge Ram 2500 2007-2009
9-0393SF                   Jeep Commander 2007-2010
9-0393SF                   Jeep Grand Cherokee 2007-2010
9-0393SF                   Ram 1500 2011-2013
9-0393SF                   Ram 2500 2010-2013
9-0393SF                   Ram Dakota 2011


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