Works somewhat on my Windows 7 netbook IE9 64 bit... except the screen is way too small. Fully functional on my ancient XP and IE8 laptop... section 8W, where wiring diagrams are typically placed, contains only some power stuff.
Chrysler is still using code that was designed for Internet Explorer 5.5, and a SVG Viewer from Adobe that even Adobe stopped supporting back in 2009. Its common problem with Chrysler manuals.. but shops typically don't update their PCs until they break.
also see http://connectors.dcctools.com/faq.htm
A recent post on another chrysler forum." if you expect the CD to run on a new PC with Windows 7 or Vista you will be in for shock. The CD will not run on a Vista or Win7 OS with Internet Explorer 9, at least not without a lot of work and maybe some $. Don't even think about a Apple computer. I was able to get my CD to run on a 10 year old PC with Windows XP and Internet Explorer 8. I have also been able to get the CD to run with Windows 7 Pro running WIndows XP with Internet Explorer 6 in a VM. But this is only available for Windows 7 Pro and Ultimate, not the typical OS's sold new computers. Both Windows XP and the VM for Windows 7 is a free download (both about 500 MB) from Microsoft.
I called TechAuthority for help and they initially suggested I install Internet Explorer 6 on my new computer . I am not sure that is even possible. And definitely not advisable due to security issues. Internet Explorer 6 is no longer supported by Microsoft.
After some investigation on my part, the major cause of the incompatibility with Windows 7 and any new Internet Explorer is because of the old HTML code and also the use of Adobe SVG for displaying some of the graphics. Adobe abandoned support for the SVG viewer used with the Service Manual the end of 2008. I think the old HTML code is the big issue, though I have not fully investigated it yet. "