1999-2007 Dodge 4.7L Engine
First of all the 4.7-liter version was the first of this family, appearing in the 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The displacement is 287 cubic inches with a bore of 3.66 in and a stroke of 3.405 in. It also has a cast iron block and aluminum heads with two valves per cylinder. Also it uses a chain-driven overhead camshaft. While it originally produced 235 hp and 295 lb·ft of torque.
The 2012 4.7L in addition has 2 valves and 2 spark plugs per cylinder and puts out 310 hp and 330 lb·ft. Dodge has claimed that it has increased compression ratio and improved cylinder head port flow, furthermore the 4.7 L V8 is available with three transmissions.
1999-2004 Dodge 4.7L Engine
|99-04 Grand Cherokee|
00-02 Dakota, Durango
2002 Ram 1500, Vin N, W/O NGC, Verify 16 points on trigger wheel for 2002 applications, does not fit HO applications, does not fit applications with front carrier mounting holes on engine
2002-2004 Dodge 4.7L Engine
03-04 Ram 1500 Vin N, W/O EGR, NGC Engine-Verify 32 points on trigger wheel for 2002 applications, does not fit HO applications, does not fit applications with front carrier mounting holes on engine
03-04 Dakota, Vin N, W/O EGR, NGC Engine-Verify 32 points on trigger wheel, does not fit HO applications, includes threaded holes for front carrier
2004-2007 Dodge 4.7L Engine
04 Dakota With EGR
05-07 Ram 1500
05-07 Grand Cherokee
07 Aspen, Vin N, With EGR, NGC Engine-Verify 32 points on trigger wheel, does not fit HO applications, includes threaded holes for front carrier
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