How to Repair the 1991 Dodge Dynasty Starter?

Answer The starter of your 1991 Dodge Dynasty is a crucial component in your vehicle's electrical system. One clue that your Dynasty's starter might be going out is if you hear a clicking sound as you tur... Read More »

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Information on a 1991 Dodge Dynasty?

In 1988, Dodge introduced its Dynasty line of front-wheel-drive sedans, which the company had built on the AC-body shared by the Chrysler New Yorker. Dodge sold the 1991 Dynasty in two trim levels:... Read More »

How to Add Transmission Fluid in a 1991 Dodge Dynasty?

Maintaining the automatic transaxle in the 1991 Dodge Dynasty is as important as maintaining the Dynasty's engine. Lubrication is important--but the fluid in your Dynasty's automatic transaxle does... Read More »

How to Put a Starter in a '91 Dodge Dynasty?

When the starter begins to fail on your 1991 Dodge Dynasty, it is likely that you will hear a clicking noise when you turn the ignition key to start the car. Replace the starter as soon as possible... Read More »

How to Install a Serpentine Belt Tensioner on the 1991 Dodge Dynasty?

The serpentine belt tensioner on the 1991 Dodge Dynasty, commonly referred to as a tensioner pulley or idler pulley, bolts onto the bottom from of the engine just below the water pump. On the face ... Read More »