My Name is Dave: I Worked for Chrysler for 40 Years and 2 Month. 26 Years at Trenton Engine.
Your 3.6L Most Likely was Made in Trenton. I Worked on Production, then as an Apprentice Tool & Die Maker, Then a Journeyman, and my Last 24 Years as a Maintenance Supervisor.
I Helped Make the 3.6L...
Yesterday I Saw a Car Hauler with 4 JLU's on it. They Were Southbound on Allen Rd. in Woodhaven MI. (It's was About 40 Miles North of the Jeep Plant in Toledo).
There was 3 Red Ones and 1 White One. Kind'a Weird Color Combo.
I was Going the Other way on Allen Rd. so I Didn't have Time to take...
Having Worked 38 + Years at Chrysler and Been "Involved" in Many New Product Launches.
There Comes a Point in "Making an Old Product Go Away" and Launching a New One, the Term "Juggling Bowling Balls"
Barely Describes the Situation !
The "H". Engine has started Production at Trenton Engine Plant North.
It's in the Old Plant Building.
On the same piece of real estate where V-8 engine parts were made.
More historical info about that real estate is available upon Request.
It's being assembled on the not too Old Tigershark...
My Various and Assorted Sources are Telling me that the "H" Engine has Launched at the Secret Downriver Location
(AKA Trenton Engine Plant. 2000 Van Horn Rd. Trenton, MI).
It is on the Same Exact, Precise Location they made B & RB V-8 Intake Manifolds Many Years Ago.
Also is on the Modified and...
Had Kind'a Really Neat Day Yesterday !
I Had a "And He's allowed me to go up to the mountain. And I've looked over. And I've seen the Promised Land."
Moment ! ! ! ! ! ! !
Apologies to MLK.
And Now for Some Patented Mad Duck Cryptic Questions.
The the Old Slant Six Engine had 4 Main...