Chrysler P/N 4792660AA is used in Chrysler LHS and 300M, but depending on the buildyear it can also be for other Chrysler vehicles.
I don't know anything about these engines, but just found it on the net.
And here some more from the wikipedia
This 3,518 cc (3.518 L; 214.7 cu in) engine is a version of the 3.3 but with a larger bore of 96 mm and the important addition of overhead cams
. The 3.5 L version has an intake arrangement with two separate manifolds and throttle bodies connected with a crossover valve. This provides better low and midrange torque. The four valves per cylinder are driven by a single overhead camshaft
as opposed to the conventional DOHC
arrangement for multivalve
engines. Another difference with the 3.5 as opposed to the 3.3 is the fact that the camshaft is timed to the crankshaft with a belt rather than a chain. The water pump is also driven by the timing belt on the 3.5, whereas on the 3.3, the accessory belt drives it.
At its debut in 1993, this engine produced 214 hp (160 kW) and 221 ft·lbf (300 Nm) from an iron block and aluminium cylinder heads. The 3.5 L engine was redone entirely of aluminum in 1999 as the EGG
high output, producing 247–253 hp (190 kW) at 6500 rpm with 250 ft·lbf (339 Nm) of torque at 4000 rpm. Output from 2002–2004 for the standard output EGJ
is 234 hp (174 kW) at 6000 rpm with 241 ft·lbf (327 Nm) of torque at 4400 rpm. Also for 2002–2004, the EGK
3.5 L Special was built exclusively for the 300M Special, producing 255 hp and 258 ft·lbf.
is built in Trenton, MI
. The EGG
is built in Kenosha, WI
. Both are still in production. The EGK
version is no longer in production as of 2004.
Vehicles using the 3.5 include: