Dodge 250 Engine

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Three Dodge 250 engine sizes were available on this truck, also known as the Dodge D250 pickup, during its single year of production. The D250 was built in 1993 and was offered in Regular Cab and Club Cab editions.

Dodge 250 Engine Sizes and Specs

The smallest of the Dodge D250 engine sizes was the Chrysler LA 318 gasoline engine. This 5.2L (318 cubic inch displacement) power plant featured a large 99mm (3.91”) bore and an 84mm (3.31”) stroke and overhead valves. The compression ratio was 9.1:1, and the LA 318 Chrysler engine was capable of making 230hp at 4,400 rpm. The torque at 3,200 rpm was 300ft-lb.

The engine was built with cast iron block and sleeves. It was liquid cooled (17 quarts) and lubricated with a pressure feed with full flow filtration.

The next of the Dodge 250 engine sizes was the 5.9L 360 CID V8 engine. The cylinder bore was 101.6mm (4”) and the stroke was 90.9mm (3.58”). Cylinders were set at an 18-degree angle with integral rocker pivot supports and valve guides.

With a compression ratio of 9.1:1, this gasoline engine cranked out a powerful 245hp at 4,000 rpm. Boasting a cast iron block and head to go with a nodular cast iron crankshaft, this liquid cooled engine used cast aluminum alloy pistons.

The last of the Dodge 250 engine sizes was the Cummins 5.9L Turbo Diesel, one of the highest-rated engines in its class. Known as the Cummins 5.9 6BT, it was an inline six-cylinder power plant with direct fuel injection. Cummins engines were known to produce one liter of displacement per cylinder, and this one was no different.

The 6BT Cummins 5.9-liter engine had a 102.2mm (4.02”) bore with a 119.9mm (4.72”) stroke. With two valves per cylinder, the compression ratio was 17.5:1 and the result was a strong 215hp at 2,500 rpm. Maximum torque on this Cummins Turbo Diesel was 440lb-ft at 1600 rpm.

This water-cooled engine was built with cast iron block and head for a dry weight of 1,100 pounds. The turbocharger was built by Holsett Engineering.

Versions of each one of these Dodge 250 engine sizes were used on a wide variety of Chrysler products including truck, vans and sedans.