Question about 2002 Dodge Stratus
I have a 2002 dodge stratus. I bought it in the spring of this year. Now that the weather is getting colder in evenings here. I'm talking 30's and 40's. If i leave it in the driveway all night then it won't start in the mornings. The engine won't turn over. I thought it might be the starter so i put a new one on it. The battery and alternator check out fine. If I leave it in the garage at night then it will start in the mornings so it is definitely a problem with the colder weather. But it really isnt that cold here yet. Any ideas?
Sure sounds like the Battery
Posted on Nov 14, 2012
It sounds like either the battery is bad or the terminals are corroded and not allowing for a good connection which would cause a click. There also could corroded body ground which should T off the battery connection and bold directly to the body of the car. I would clean up terminals and check ground connections. Good Luck
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