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These are the kind of diagrams I would like to have access to. But not for $134 with windows format. :shocked:
you don't need to shell out the money, they are available online if you know what you are looking for... and no, I'm not talking about illegal downloading either.
 

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moved from the original thread to a new thread in the maintenance section since it is technically maintenance related.
 

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Another thing that helps out people that work on their own cars is when people post their step-by-step work with pictures. Ex.: 1.4t spark plug change. Very informative. Made the job much easier. :smile:
 

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Not "Parts Diagrams" ... but the MOPAR parts & accessory installation instructions can also be very helpful.

PDF copies of these installation instructions are available to the public via the MOPAR "chromedata" website.

Just plug the MOPAR document # (obtainable via a Google search of the MOPAR part #) into this URL:

"https://mopar.chromedata.com/RichContent/CDJR/Knnnnnnn.pdf" (where Knnnnnnn is the doc #).​

Here's some examples:

 

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Not "Parts Diagrams" ... but the MOPAR parts & accessory installation instructions can also be very helpful.

PDF copies of these installation instructions are available to the public via the MOPAR "chromedata" website.

Just plug the MOPAR document # (obtainable via a Google search of the MOPAR part #) into this URL:

"https://mopar.chromedata.com/RichContent/CDJR/Knnnnnnn.pdf" (where Knnnnnnn is the doc #).​

Here's some examples:


Holy awesome!!!! This post alone should be a sticky with more links pasted, like front bumper, engine stuff, interior stuff. Wow!!!
 

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Not "Parts Diagrams" ... but the MOPAR parts & accessory installation instructions can also be very helpful.

PDF copies of these installation instructions are available to the public via the MOPAR "chromedata" website.

Just plug the MOPAR document # (obtainable via a Google search of the MOPAR part #) into this URL:

"https://mopar.chromedata.com/RichContent/CDJR/Knnnnnnn.pdf" (where Knnnnnnn is the doc #).​

Here's some examples:

whoa.jpeg
 

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Short answer, no. The 1.4 is a Fiat designed engine. The 2.0 and 2.4 are based on the World engines from Global Engine Alliance of Chrysler, Mitsubishi, and Hyundai.
 
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