We already try to shaft crank sensor and is not that, we dont know what it could it be causing this problem, i am guessing it might be something electrical because it runs but then it turns off, like the power goes away, and then i need to wait a few minutes for the car to start.
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get the OBD codes read this will tell you which switch/sensor is causing the issue , the last random misfire i encountered turned out to be low cylinder compression so if the OBD code says " random misfire " then get the cylinder compressions read , hope this helps
The cam sensor is usually located at the front, on the end of a cam shaft. You may also want to change the crank position sensor. BUT.......check the timing belt first, make sure it is still intact. I'm not sure if they still used the Mitsubishi engine in 03, but check your cap too. The distributor cap also (I think...) has a pick up and a silver disc under the cap. The Mitsubishi engine, they went bad frequently.
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Query: I'm trying to find crank sensor for 2000 dodge stratus 2.4,where is it located on motor
Response: On the passenger side of the engine. You'll have to go under the car and
look for the harmonic balancer -- located on the end of the crankshaft and you should see it.It has 1
screw and it is on the engine under the passenger side under the tire by
the bottom pulley.
I'm having excatly same problem, found this sequence to ge the car running again..turn off ign, unplug cam position sensor, crank for 2 seconds, connect cam shaft sensor, crank again and it starts like that...