Chrysler Full-Size Trucks 1967-1988 Repair Guide

Special Tools


Normally, the use of special factory tools is avoided for repair procedures, since these are not readily available for the do-it-yourself mechanic. When it is possible to preform the job with more commonly available tools, it will be pointed out, but occasionally, a special tool was designed to perform a specific function and should be used. Before substituting another tool, you should be convinced that neither your safety nor the performance of the vehicle will be compromised.

Some special tools are available commercially from major tool manufacturers. Others can be purchased from your Dodge/Plymouth Dealer. Speak with your local dealer or parts store for more information.

In some cases, the tool manufacturer can be contacted directly from the tool manufacturer.