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check for blocked catalic convertor. turn eng off get under the car and try hitting the cat .listen for a rattling noise if so, the cat is dammaged from the inside,thus blocking your eng from releasing fumes,
These cars loose memory for the idle when they loose voltage. So if the voltage suddenly drops it can just die like you say. The battery can read good voltage and be bad. The alternator could be intermittently working as well. Charging part time and other time not. If the alternator light flickered then it threw a code in your computer even if the light is off now. So you have a couple of things you can try but getting your car scanned will be what you may need to end up doing.
First start the car and get a multi meter and set it to DC Volts.
Now take the pos to pos and neg to neg on the battery terminals. If that multimeter reads.14 or more volts the alternator is good and If not it is bad.
The battery can have a volt test done and perform poorly under a load test.
Often times a part store will load test your batter as well as pull the codes from your car for free.
I suspect the alternator to be honest but going to the parts store or a trusted mechanic is going to give you the for sure reason for your car acting up.
Ensure your Stratus's ignition is in the "Off" position, and turn off anything that uses battery power, such as lights, radio and heater blower. Park the booster car close enough to the dead car that you can connect the jumper cables to both batteries, but make sure the two vehicles aren't touching. Connect one red (+) clamp of the cables to the booster battery's positive terminal. Connect the other red clamp to the Stratus' "Remote Terminal." The terminal is located next to the air filter assembly, and is marked with a "+" and the word "Positive." Dodge uses these remote terminals to reduce the risk of explosion caused by sparks near the battery. Connect one of the black (-) cable clamps to the negative terminal on the booster battery. Connect the other black clamp to the negative "Remote Terminal" on the Stratus, located on the opposite side of the air filter assembly from the positive terminal. It is a marked with a "-" and the word "Negative."Start the booster car, if not already running, and apply slight pressure to the gas pedal to make it idle faster. Wait a few minutes and attempt to start the Stratus. If it cranks a little, but still won't start, continue charging the battery. Once the Stratus starts, leave it running and disconnect the jumper cables in reverse order of the way you attached them.
This could the problem with battery getting drain even if your car is parked , this could the problem in the wiring or the grounding in the car ,first check if any lights or the cd player has the power even if the car is parked ............................