The Mitsubishi-built 3.0L has a flat intake plenum that makes a dandy place for setting tools. It also has a distributor in front on the passenger side. The first drawing is for everything under the hood. The second drawing is the oil filter and sending unit expanded. When you crawl underneath in the middle of the front bumper, there's a metal bracket and a front engine mount. The starter is right above that bracket, and the oil filter is to the right, (passenger side), of the starter. The sending unit is on the driver's side of the filter.
The third drawing is for the Chrysler 3.3L. It has no distributor, and the six intake runners are curved and are right in front, on top of the engine. The fourth drawing is the expanded part with the oil filter and sending unit. The starter and oil filter are in the same places as on the 3.0L, but the oil pressure switch is on the passenger side of the filter.
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Monday, March 29th, 2021 AT 5:47 PM