Question about 2000 Dodge Stratus
I put a new coil pack on it and it still isn't working and yes it has gas in it.
I have a 97 stratus and it had all those prarts replaced and still did not run and I put a new fuse in for the CPU and now it runs just try it and see mine did not look blown
Posted on Feb 19, 2011
I'll tell you what....I have a post on here with the same "fixes" that you have done and I am not going to guarantee, but, that MAP (Manifold Absolute Pressure sensor) won't fix anything....and will just be another new piece on the car. I have checked everything that I can...no faults to be read, no check engine light, no popped fuses...even replaced and swapped relays. My suggestion, from SEVERAL web sites I have visited, is to MAYBE recheck the crankshaft position sensor. I know some of them, when purchased, come with a new pigtail assembly (plug/connector). I have seen this mentioned more than anything. Look for broken wires. Other than that, the only ohter thing I have seen is to have the brain checked out....if you can get it to a dealership. There are a few places that you can actually mail it to them and they can test it and do a diagnostic on it for $75.00.
Hope this helps some....cause it ain't done squat for me yet......BTW, the ECM runs up to $650.00 from the dealership!
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
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