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It has lost 2 of one things fuel or spark first get some starting fluid you can pull out the mass air flow sensor if it comes out and spray it in there if not just spray it directly to your throttle body then see if it start if it does and then dies you lost fuel if it doesnt then you lost spark and 95 percent of the times its a bad distributor but in the case of how new your vehicle is you proabbly have coil on coil packs
Posted on Jan 04, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check your relay box (under the hood black box) for corrosion, just had that on my van and it was a blown relay fuse from a bad connector. Also there might be an issue with the distributor itself (the thing the coil conects to) as that is symptomatic of that. To start- and for sake of ease- wiggle the black box after reseating the fuses (not the clear top ones yyou can see them blown without removing) give the box a good wiggle and a tap or two (not he-man taps mind you) while someone tries to start it. if this all is useless please let me know.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
SOURCE: 98 Dodge Stratus won't start
Best place to start is with "check engine light". Put vehicle in park, foot on brake, and cycle key on, off, on, off, on, then wait with pen & paper ready to read flashes of check engine lamp. Will be a 2 digit code each time. For example, flash, short pause & flash, will be 11, or flash, flash, short pause, flash, flash would be 22. In between trouble codes you'll get a little longer pause, then it will start to flash again if more than one code, which is quite possible. Also note that I say key to on, not start, just on.(normal run position) Then get back to us and we'll be able to better help you.
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
SOURCE: 2006 dodge stratus
IF YOU DUPLICATED THE KEY THAT WOULD ALLOW YOU TO START THE CAR BUT IT WILL SHUT OFF ABOUT 2 SECS AFTER, ITS CAUSE CAR HAS A CODE IN THE KEY, IF YOU DO IT 6 TIMES IN A ROW YOUR ENGINE WILL LOCK UP
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
Horns are usually in front of the radiator and behind the grill--look for two of them, one on each side. Make sure they both sound. If only one works, there is a significant reduction in sound level. There may be road debris stuffed into the horn's throats--poke a hooked stiff wire into the throats and see if anything comes out. Most are sealed and can't be taken apart to clean--replacement is about the only recourse. (look in a wrecking yard for replacements)
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
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