Years in Production 1995-through
- Head sold with out cams because the cams must be removed to install head bolts.
- Note ( The oil drain back hole is larger on the later modle head and will leak oil if placed on the early blocks) You must match the casting numbers.
The cam used in this head have at least three different casting numbers. Because of the magnetic pickup on the intake cam they can not be interchanged. The location of the drive pin is also different and the timing location of the pick up is not the same Cams are not supplied because the cams must be removed to get to the head bolts and identification problems with cams.
2.0-2.4L 16 Valve DOHC 1996-up HAC 2.0-2.4-086-2Letters /your cost 275.00
2.0-2.4L 16 Valve DOHC 1996-up HAC 2.0-2.4-086-3Letters /your cost 375.00
The Chrysler casting 04667086 is used in both the 2.0L and 2.4L Chrysler cars.
AB-P,AB-W, and AB-U heads have a small oil drain hole and ahave egr
AG-B is turbo water holes, has no egr and a large oil return
AC-J Large oil return
AG-D is turbo with large oil return and water holes and no egr
Camshaft & Cylinder Head Caution For
1995-2001 Chrysler 2.0 & 2.4L VIN C, Y, B & X Engines
The AERA Technical Committee offers the following information regarding a camshaft & cylinder head caution on 1995-2001 Chrysler 2.0L & 2.4L VIN C, Y, B & X engines. These engines all use two camshafts (DOHC) per engine. There have been several part number suppressions already and changes may have occurred since this publication.
It cannot be over emphasized how important it is to keep both camshafts with the head before and after disassembly. It is suggested to mark the components for the year and application they came out of.
NON Neon camshaft 2.4L: intake duration of 232°/.324" lift & exhaust duration of 240°/.256" lift looks like some 2.4L cams are cast with 532 in them and a Green color ID.
Neon camshaft 2.0L intake duration of 219.2°/.344" lift & exhaust duration 219°/.314" lift.
The Neon 2.0L cams 0727-674 and 0777-676 both have a Red color ID ring around the middle.
Currently, there are two different head castings with the same number with a different port layout between the two heads. There are also three different pair of camshafts used that will physically fit into either heads. In some instances, technicians have not realized wrong components until bolting up manifolds or trying to start the engine.
Year Head Casting # Engine Body VIN Car Model
1995+up 4667086 2.0L PL C Neon
1995+up 4667086 2.4L JA X Stratus, Breeze, Cirrus
1995+up 4667086 2.4L JX X Sebring convertible
1995+up 4667086 2.4L NS B Minivan
1995+up 4667867 2.0L FJ Y Avenger, Sebring Sebring Coupe & Eagle Talon
Camshafts 2.0L PL Neon
Intake 4667917 superceded to 4777631AA
Exhaust 4667918 superceded to 4777632AA
1995+up Camshafts 2.4L JA Stratus, Breeze, Cirrus
JX Sebring convertible
Intake 4621533 superceded to 4777638AA
Exhaust 4621535 superceded to 4777637AA
Caution: Uses valve spring part number 4621530
1995+up 2.0L FJ Avenger, Sebring Coupe, Eagle Talon
Intake 4667673 superceded to 4777629AA
Exhaust 4667675 superceded to 4777630AA
Caution: Uses valve spring part number 4777555
Note: on head that have been overheeted and warp serverly and cams may be bent. If after install the cams, they turn hard or hard and then easy. They are bent and must be straighen or replace. If you do not and the cam brakes or locks up or burn the cam caps it will not be covered.