Question about Dodge Stratus
No one can give you an exact answer for your problem. The reason is that with computer controlled systems, the only way to get a good and valid answer is by doing the appropriate testing.
If you know anyone that has a code scanner, it's a good idea to begin by scanning for failure codes. If not, get yourself either a haynes or chlton manual (of the two I prefer chilton as their wiring diagrams are far better) and a digital multi-meter. The manual will give you test procedures and expected results.
Though your problem can be related to a number of things, the most common are a crank position sensor or cam sensor that has gone out of range. A bad fuel pump can also do that. Before testing, make sure that the battery is fully charged, all fuses are good and all relays are in working condition.
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
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