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Dodge Van Engines for Sale

Remanufactured Dodge Van engines for sale are one of our best sellers. Doge makes two types of vans though. They made a full sized van called the Ram Van [Dodge B-Series] from 1971 to 2003. Dodge also makes the mid-sized van called the Caravan. Both vans serve an entirely different market and anytime someone calls for a Dodge van engine and the van is newer than 2003, we know they have a Caravan.

Chrysler called their full sized Dodge van the B series from 1971 to 1998. In 1999 Chrysler merged with Daimler Benz and changed the name to the Dodge Ram Van; the passenger van equivalent was called the Dodge Ram Wagon. Dodge discontinued the Ram Van and Ram Wagon in 2003, replacing their full sized vans with the Dodge Sprinter.

Over 30 years of production Dodge put a lot of engine options under the hood. All of this occurred through three generations of Dodge full sized vans. Here is a list of all the engines offered in the Dodge Van and Dodge Ram Van;

Generation 1 Vans from 1971 through 1978;
225 cu in (3.7 L) Slant-6
360 cu in (5.9 L) LA V8
318 cu in (5.2 L) LA V8
400 cu in (6.8 L) B V8
440 cu in (7.2 L) RB V8

Generation 2 vans from 1979 to 1993;
3.7L (225cid) I6 110HP (79-88)
3.9L (239cid) V6 (88-03)
5.2L (318cid) V8 (79-03)
5.9L (360cid) V8 155HP (79-03)
6.6L (400cid) V8 190HP (71-78)
7.3L (440cid) V8 195HP (71-78)

Generation 3 Vans from 1994 to 2003;
Magnum 3.9L 175 hp (130 kW) V6
Magnum 5.2L 230 hp (170 kW) V8
Magnum 5.2L 220 HP V8 (CNG)
Magnum 5.9L 250 hp (190 kW) V8

As you can see Dodge had an engine option for all sorts of activities and needs. The Dodge van was one of the first full sized vans. Options like the ”Maxi Van” were made popular by Dodge and later copied by most of the other full sized vans by other companies. All said, Dodge vans became known as the gold standard of full sized vans.

One of my suggestions to all customers looking to replace a worn out engine is to consider a remanufactured engine as your engine choice. My reasons are two fold. My first reason is that the newest Dodge Van that can be owned is a 2003 model. that being said, there is no way to located fairly new used engine or related engine options that have the reliability Dodge Van owners demand.

The second reason makes this practically a no-brainer. Remanufactured engines are not as expensive as most folks would expect. In fact, we sell top quality remaufactured engines for surprisingly low prices.

Our remanufactured engines are re-conditioned to factory specs and better in some cases. We only use factory original or newer parts during the process. Building pure value into every remanufactured engine on premises.

Call one of our representatives and find out how you can buy peace of mind in one of our remanufactured Dodge van engines. Call now.