Engine Chrysler EER

The Chrysler EER 2.7-liter V6 petrol engine was produced in the USA from 1997 to 2010 and was installed on the company’s most popular models such as the Concorde, Sebring, Magnum 300C and 300M. There were several varieties of this unit under other indices: EES, EEE, EE0.

The LH series also includes internal combustion engines: EGW, EGE, EGG, EGF, EGN, EGS and EGQ.

One of the advantages of the EER engine is good maintainability – it is not difficult to find a stock, the prices for them are adequate. The engine pleases drivers not only with inexpensive maintenance, but also with responsiveness and good power. Motorists appreciate the reliability of the engine compared to similar units, especially noting the excellent ride on the track.

The engine was installed on:

  • Chrysler 300M 1 (LR) in 1998 – 2004;
  • Chrysler 300C 1 (LX) in 2004 – 2010;
  • Chrysler Concorde 2 in 1997 – 2004;
  • Chrysler Intrepid 2 in 1997 – 2004;
  • Chrysler Sebring 2 (JR) in 2000 – 2006;
  • Chrysler Sebring 3 (JS) in 2006 – 2010;
  • Dodge Avenger 1 (JS) in 2007 – 2010;
  • Dodge Charger 1 (LX) in 2006 – 2010;
  • Dodge Intrepid 2 (LH) in 1997 – 2004;
  • Dodge Journey 1 (JC) in 2008 – 2010;
  • Dodge Magnum 1 (LE) in 2004 – 2008;
  • Dodge Stratus 2 (JR) in 2000 – 2006.

Specifications

Production years 1997-2010
Displacement, cc 2736
Fuel system injector
Power output, hp 190 – 205
Torque output, Nm 255 – 265
Cylinder block aluminum V6
Block head aluminum 24v
Cylinder bore, mm 86
Piston stroke, mm 78.5
Compression ratio 9.7 – 9.9
Features DOHC
Hydraulic lifters yes
Timing drive chain
Phase regulator no
Turbocharging no
Recommended engine oil 5W-30
Engine oil capacity, liter 5.4
Fuel type 92
Euro standards EURO 3/4
Fuel consumption, L/100 km (for Chrysler 300M 2000)
— city
— highway
— combined
15.8
8.9
11.5
Engine lifespan, km ~330 000

Disadvantages of the EER engine

  • The most famous problem here is antifreeze leaks from under the pump gasket;
  • Due to poor cooling, the internal combustion engine constantly overheats and quickly slagging;
  • Clogged oil passages prevent proper engine lubrication and cause it to seize;
  • This motor also suffers from soot, especially the throttle and the USR system;
  • The electrics are also not very reliable: sensors and ignition system.

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