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Becareful fire danger your leaking fuel.Do you smell it in your engine compartment,Then the line has disconnected. it can come from underneathe the vehicle or from the fuel filter.Dont attempt to fix this it will need an repair at a shop.
Usually they dont pull off easy, you need a pry bar to force it away. If your sure you have all the bolts off and the starter bolts arn't an issue then you just need to muscle it off. Also once you pull it back a little you will need to undo the bolts for the torq converter to flywheel. You will want the torg converter to be on the transmission when you lower it or you wont have clearance to move it far enough for the shaft to clear the TC.
SORRY TO SAY BUT WHEN ONE SENSOR GOES BAD 90% OF THE TIME BOTH GO BAD AT THE SAME TIME. YOU WILL ALSO HAVE TO REPLACE CRANK SENSOR .WITCH IS ABOUT 80 BUCKS AT THE LOCAL AUTO STORE SUCH AS ADVANCED AUTO OR AUTO ZONE . BOTH CAM SHAFT SENSOR AND THE CRANK SHAFT SENSOR. THIS SEEMS TO BE A PROBLEM WITH THE DODGE STRATUS. GOOD LUCK. KENNY
when they installed the alarm they also in stalled a valette switch on your ride this is to shut off the alarm im looking for the site for your remote that has the way to get your code back in but for now find the valette switch which can be under dash or right side driver kick panel you might have to hold the vallette switch for 5 seconds till it goes off i will post the other solution once i find it for you