In acousitcs, a device used to increase resonance(like echo effects) of a soud and usually apparent volume there are both acoustic(on some guitars such as the Resophonic) and electronic resonators. Of course if you recorxed in a bent conrete tunnel like those culverts in central park this would b...
Could be a leaking valve cover gasket
On my 2004, there are 2. Check the diagram on the fender well or near the radiator. It shows all the pulleys the belt goes around, including the tensioners.
Yes, the factory alarm can cause a no start.
Bleeding Process 1. Begin at the corner furthest from the driver and proceed in order toward the driver. (Right rear, left rear, right front, left front.) While the actual sequence is not critical to the bleed performance it is easy to remember the sequence as the farthest to the closest. This wi...
Yes, your local Dodge dealership should be able to make a new key.
Red 5 year, it is a HOAT type.
it sud be many things, it could be something as simple as dead battery.ormaybe the valves are bent... so you might not be getting pressure to start.. you might want to do a compression test.
The front bearing for a Dodge Stratus is attached to the Hub. To replace it remove all the components on the hub assembly. There are three bolts that hold the assembly in place. Loosen the bolts and pry out the hub. Replace the unit.
A cylinder misfire can be cause by a bad spark plug or a bad fuel injector. Replace the spark plug to see if the problem is corrected.
The odometer light will stay on if the headlights are on a 1997 Dodge Status. Be sure to click the lights off even after shutting the vehicle off.
Should start even with airbags out but there is a fuel pump inertia switch fitted. If the vehicl has has a big enough shunt to deploy airbags, chances are its triggered the switch too. Firts tell tale is when you put ignition on the fuel pump should buzz, if not then find switch. the switch is us...
Under the dash, inside the ac box, passenger side
You most likely have a blown head gasket.
You have to drain the coolant either from the radiator drain or disconnecting the lower hose. You then have to disconnect/unbolt the electric fan. The coolant hoses at the radiator needs to be disconnected. Lastly the radiator needs to be unbolted, then lifted out. The new radiator can be install...
First you have to complete a drivers education class....the you have to pass the DMV written permit test.....then you can begin your driving school.
Assuming the battery and starter crank the engine, check for fuel and spark. You are probably missing one of those.
If you are referring to the Check Engine Light, then there is a problem with the emissions system. Have it looked at by a professional with the tools and knowledge to diagnose the problem.
Check your radiator coolant level. On some cars, low coolant will let air bubbles into the heater core which can result in intermitant cold air bursts.
Some turn the wheel all the way to the right and others will remove the drivers side front wheel, either way there a a few screws or plastic rivets holding an access panel to the battery which when removed will give you open access to the battery for R&R.
the blower motor resistor is bad, replacement of such is fairly cheap (20/30 dollars) resister is located either under the dash or on the firewall on the passenger side
To fix vapor lock on a 2003 Dodge Stratus, locate the fuel pressure sensor near the fuel pump. There is a button on the side to release pressure. Push on the button, then try to start the vehicle.
It is recommended to check fluid in a warm engine, not an overheated engine.
Yes. Just follow the 2 hoses that come out of the firewall on the passenger side. They both go into the heater control valve.
Dodge does not use inertia/reset switches
You can get blank keys and keyfobs for it on eBay but you still have to have someone program it anyway.
I have a similar issue with my Stratus, except instead of humming, mine rumbles slightly.This answer is only speculation, but I believe that it happens because the power steering is stretched to the max while turned completely to the right. You'll hear a humming noise because the hydraulics are t...
The engine size is needed to answer your question.
it depends on how well it was taken care of, being a 2006 yes it is new and should not show any problems whatsoever but it is new and long term tests couldn't be finished by now because it jsut came out. make sure to read the warranty and change its fluids often. do that and it should last 15 + y...
1. Check for codes.2. If no codes replace IAC (Inexpensive).3. If not IAC, run smoke test...it's probably intake manifold gasket.4. If its neither, take to a mechanic...could be fuel pump, distributor...the list goes on.replace your Idle control valve. Go to NAPA and get a new one, then replace it.
I am having the same problem and have not taking the car to the shop yet
The oil sending unit on a 2003 Dodge Stratus is located on the side of the oil pan. It is under the heat shield.
Most cooling fans will stay on for a minute or so after turning off the car in warm weather. If they stay on past a minute or so, then there is a problem.
You need a special tool to remove the crankshaft pulley on a 2003 Dodge Stratus. The correct tool is OTC Tool No. 6075. If you don't want to buy one, you can rent one from an AutoZone store.
I have a 2000 Ford Escort ZX2 with Dual Overhead Cams and a 2.0 4 cylinder engine. When I first started experiencing any trouble it was a lot like you describe. Then the engine would cut off at stops. I had taken it to Ford several times while it was still under warranty and they replaced the ign...
The engine computer is the voltage regulator.
You can disconnect the battery for a few minutes but it will come back on unless you fix the problem. Many auto parts stores will check the computer for free and tell you why the light is on and what to do to fix it.
On the 2.0 and 2.4 engines, it's on the right rear of the engine. On the 2.5 engine, it's at the rear of the distributor.RickI'm a retired ASE Master/L-1 Technician. I still keep current with the latest automotive technology. Visit my blog for cool articles and TSB's: http://free-auto-repair-advi...
One of the better forums for Dodge Stratus', or any Dodge for that matter is dodgeforum.com
The water pump on a 2004 Dodge Stratus 2.7 L is inside the engine, driven by the timing chain.
A 1998 Dodge stratus 6 cylinder usually uses 10W-30 oil, but again it depends on what is your preference in your automobile. There are some Dodge Stratus 6 cylinder owners who prefer using 5W-30.
Yes, bad spark pugs or plug wires can cause the engine cylinder to misfire which will cause the engine to vibrate.
Check electric ccoling fan for proper operation per your owners manual. It sound like the cooling fan(s) not working.
If you are saying it vibrates while applying the brakes just before you come to a stop, then the brake rotors are warped. You will need to have them turned and trued, and replace the front brake pads. If you are saying it vibrates while you are sitting still, then look for a vacuum leak. If you ...
We just changed soft plugs on a 2000 Stratus with a 2.5 liter V-6. There was a total of 6 soft plugs, three front and three on the back bank. They are tough to get at and not for those that are in a hurry. Do yourself a favor and take a look in a service manual before you start. Good luck, JP
This is NOT an Interference engine. The water pump is driven by the cam belt so replace the water pump at the same time you replace the cam belt. Belt should be replaced at 105,000 miles. This is NOT an Interference engine. The water pump is driven by the cam belt so replace the water pump at th...