Question about 1996 Dodge Stratus
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I posted this response to a similar situation. I am dealing with it now and have narrowed it down to these issues...
The O2 sensor, the speed sensor or the MAP sensor may be one of the problems. The MAP sensor measure the air pressure in the manifold. It is commonly mounted on the fender and is low in cost and easy to replace. To test it if your if your car won't start, unplug the electrical connection from the MAP sensor. If it starts, then you know to replace the MAP sensor. The Hall Effect sensor can fail and not set an error code. This is an inespensive part that sits underneath the rotor in the distributor cap on cars without distributorless ignition. This only applies to cars made after 1996. Also check the fuel injectors and fuel filter.
If you have a burglar alarm, make sure that it is not causing the problem. It often times can cause the stalling issue.
I hope this helps!
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