2004 chry 3.5l runs on two cylinders?

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Asked by Jan 08, 2017 at 06:17 AM about the 2004 Chrysler 300M Special

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

this is more of a FYI. I purchased a "Mechanics Special". i am glad. I did. it
is a 2004 300M Special. the price was reasonable. The car would start with
a pump of the gas pedal and it drove. 50 miles would have been too
chancy. A trailer was the answer. Further invesigation showed that four
cylinders had bent valves. removing power to the coil packs (COP). is how I
became amazed. the engine ran and car drove on two clyinders. clyinders
4 & 5. ..  i have been reading through this forum. The knowledge from
anothers experience is valuable.  I had just spent the summer overhauling
another 3.5l in a 2002 Special. the 2004 Special received a PROMAR
ENGINE (NJ). When I picked up my engine from a UPS freight facility. they
mentioned they are firmilular with PROMAR. Promar does a good business.
my experience with PROMAR is all smiles. that is why I mentioned the
promar option. three year, unlimited mile warrentee is a plus too.

4 Answers

54,445

Sir, what is your question?

2 of 2 people found this helpful.
27,935

I think he is here to sell promar engines.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.
54,445

That what I was wondering. Reported as spam as it is not allowed here on the forum.

27,935

LOL, I mean who is glad they bought a car with an engine that has bent valves?

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