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I have a 2002 dodge stratus and it won't start. I was backing up and it cut off. It turns over but will not start. I just had the battery replace approximately a month or two ago. What could be my problem?

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Try another battery and see what happens.check your alternator and starter.

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Could be the ignition switch,neutral safety switch

Why are you cutting wires,that doesn't fit any diagnostic
strategy?

You have no battery voltage to the solenoid,so it is a
control circuit issue

You were at the end of the circuit & knew you had
nothing but failed to start at the begining of the circuit
testing as you go

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Burns fuse in cold starts


short circuit, and with how you describe it, the cause is very broad, as in starting from the battery panel to the LEDs.

have a professional take a look at it, else you may end up burning wire harnesses which

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