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My 2004 Stratus needs a new engine. All cylinders

My 2004 Stratus needs a new engine. All cylinders do not fire. 80000 miles. Is it worthwhile to replace?

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I will chek the cranckshaf sensor b4 the coil pack

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Just because all cylanders arent firing doesnt constitute the need for a new engine. i would get the coil paks checked,and if it has a distributor ignition,check that cap and rotor button,and the distributor itself. exhayst all possible causes b4 scraping the engine and taking on the expense of buying a new one.

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    your very welcome!!

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If the overall condition of the car is very good, (suspension, brakes, transmission, etc.), I would say yes. I'd try to find a low mile used motor or a Jasper remanufactured engine. Needing a motor at 80,000 miles is kind of rare. I might get another opinion of the overall condition of the motor.

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