Causes of a Misfire in a 1996 Dodge 5.9?

Answer The 1996 Dodge 5.9 refers to the size of the engine in the Dodge automobile or truck. The 5.9-liter engine has recalls, technical service bulletins (TSB) and one National Highway Traffic Safety Ass... Read More »

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How to Fix a Cylinder 1 Misfire in a 1996 Saturn?

Misfires are a common problem among cars, particularly older ones, when a lack of spark, fuel, air or compression occurs. Diagnosing and fixing a misfire takes skill because of the multiple compone... Read More »

How to Fix the Alignment on a 1996 Dodge Ram?

The alignment on a vehicle is made of of three parts: camber, caster and toe-in. On the 1996 Dodge Ram, the only part than can be directly fixed is the toe-in. Problems associated with alignment, l... Read More »

How to Do a Brake Job for the 1996 Dodge 4x4?

The 1996 Dodge 4x4 trucks came equipped from the factory with disc brakes on the front and either disc or drum brakes for the rear wheels. Disc brake pads stop the rear wheels by applying friction ... Read More »

1996 Dodge Caravan 3.8L: Won't Start?

The Dodge Caravan is a minivan that uses 3.8L of oil. If you are having problems starting your Dodge Caravan, you need to check out two issues: the battery and the fuel level. The battery on the Ca... Read More »