Question about Dodge Stratus
That sounds like a problem with a cam or crankshaft position sensor, and there might be a damaged sensor or tone ring, or dis-connected wiring to the sensors, or there might even be a camshaft out of alignment.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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