Question about 2001 Dodge Stratus
I went to a repair shop a week ago. I was told I needed new crank and cam shaft sensors. I left my car there that night. The next day the technician told me they could not work on my car I need a engine specialist. When I came to the shop my car made a quite knocking sound, now its not turning on at all. I think they might have made a mistake when they did the diagnostic on my car. The technician said when he did the diagnostic the rods and shifters came lose. Is this their fault?
I dont know exactly what was to begin the main problem with your car the car didnt firev at all or it was just a quite nocking sound where? engine transmission or some where else as far as i know if the engine doesnt turn on , you could have a crank or ign. module disconnected . i would suggest ask em if they pulled out some codes, also i would start checking for ecm fuses and ignition to see if they are not blown.and about if that was their fault ask what kind of testing they performed and why the rods and shifters came loose.
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