Question about 2002 Dodge Stratus
Ohm out your spark plug wires. They should have 15k resistance, new. Older ones lose conductivity. Attach leads and bend them back & forth gently. Jumping needle means replace them, ALL of them. Best 35 bucks (4cyl) you'll ever spend. If changing spark pugs, stay away from single platinum, they don't play nice with DIC engines, go double platinum. She'll fire, she'll run, she'll walk the damn dog after that. Cheers.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
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