Question about 2000 Dodge Stratus
It is very hard to say without being able to experience the "****" in person but if it is happening at idle and especially when the A/C is on it is most likely a misfire do to worn spark plugs...I would start with a new set of spark plugs and plug wires if they have not been changed in the last 10,000 miles or so...also make sure the spark plug gap is set to the proper spec. It could possibly be a clogging fuel injector...put a good fuel injector cleaner in before your next fill-up...hope this helps.If the 'check engine" light is on, you can get it scanned for free at some parts stores. Even if the light is not on, sometimes there are codes present to tell you what is malfunctioning w/o guessing. Start there first.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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