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Re: 97 Dodge stratus...told oxygen sensors were bad
Why what is it doing and did you have check eng light on ? and did you plug in a OBD 2 scanner to retrieve those fault codes that would indicate that specific "code" was the trouble= O2 sensor/or sensors
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the upper 02 sensor is for air fuel mix while the secondary 02 sensor is for the operation and status of the catalitic converter are you sure the catalitic converter is not plugged. Could be if you have had a loss of power
You must have damaged the wiring loom to these items and the probable cause is the live wires are earthing to the car body or other wires. Assuming you do not have a workshop manual it will be a case of tracing the wires from each item and inspecting the casing and wiring condition all the way to the fuse board.Good Luck
Hi everyone I am going to answer this question because I had the same problem and could not find any help with it. The cigarette lighter fuse for 2004 dodge stratus sedan is under the hood in the fuse box it is fuse #2 ~20 amp. The owners manual diagram is so small you cant read what the descriptions are...So I hope this helps you all out!!
Check the fuel shutoff valve. to see if it is on. press the reset button to do this. if it stays on. The answer could be pinched wires (a short) from the fuse wiring back towards the shutoff valve. if the valve shuts off try checking for current with a test light. if no current . The valve is bad. it seems like a short or open circuit on the fuel system wiring.