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Where is the thermostat on a 2001 dodge stratus 2.7 engine

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Usually its on upper part of motor follow fat hose from radiator to a rounded dome like housing its in there..is has 2 bolts holding it every car is different..

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When my 2001 dodge stratus is cold and warms up the temperature gauge goes all the up too extreme hot then eventually comes down to normal. Is this a bad thermostat?


It sounds like a possible "sticking" thermostat.
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How do I replace engine coolant temp sensor on my 01 dodge stratus?


the coolant temp sensor is located rite close to where the thermostat is it is a little unit that bolts in to the block it will have an 1 or 2 wire electrical feed to it will b the only wire close to the thermostat take off plug the get a socket and take it out and replace yup

Dec 05, 2009 | 2001 Dodge Stratus

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2001 Stratus 2.4 Thermostat? 35 degrees, Gauge does not climb to operating temp, heater blows just warm, radiator full. New Thermo likely? Where do I access it?


i am not 100% sure but, some thermostats are inhose and most are in the engine block near the water pump. also it could be a goose neck with 2 bolts..if in hose it will be the upper hose where it comes out of the block..good luck... let me know what you find. i like feedback....

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Where is the thermostat on 2001 stratus 2.7 L v6


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Heater not blowing hot but engine not overheating


The coolant thermostat needs replaced or you need a coolant flush. Heater cores (in the dashboard) often clog and stop warm coolant from circulating into the heater. A coolant flush would cure this. Flushes usually run from 70 to 90 dollars to have done at a service shop.

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2001 Dodge Stratus Overheating


Sounds like you may have a thermostat that is failing or your engine may have had a temporary vapor lock. First of all check your coolant level if that seems fine replace your thermostat. As far as being on high until you shut your heater off is probably just coincidence because when your heater is on it is helping to dissipate the heat from your coolant system.

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