Dodge 4.7l Engine
There are many factors that are especially relevant regarding the Dodge 4.7l engines that can be complex. EGR or no EGR? How many points on the trigger wheel? Automatic or manual? 2WD, 4WD or AWD? Some engines have a lot of questions that have to be answered so a correct replacement for the Dodge 4.7L engines can be supplied.
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Appearing in the 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee, the Dodge 4.7L engine version was the first of the family. Displacement is 287 cubic inches with a bore of 3.66 in and a stroke of 3.405 in. It has a cast iron block and aluminum heads with two valves per cylinder. Uses chain-driven single overhead camshafts, with one in each head. Originally produced 235 hp and 295 lb·ft of torque. This Dodge 4.7L engines V8 is available with four speed and five speed automatic transmissions and a 5 speed manual transmission.
Dodge 4.7l Engine Applications:
- 1999–2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee
- 2000–2007 Dodge Dakota
- 2000–2009 Dodge Durango
- 2002–2007 Dodge Ram 1500
- 2006–2009 Jeep Cammander
- 2007–2009 Chrysler Aspen
- 2006–2007 Mitsubishi Raider
- 265 hp
- 330 lb-ft torque
A “High Output” version of the Dodge 4.7l engine was introduced in the 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited as an option and in the Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland as standard equipment.
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