Question about 2003 Dodge Stratus
Just bought this car. ran really smooth but didnt have much power and missed on acceration at higher speeds. So I changed spark plugs and wires. While changing them I noticed 3 of the fuel injector wires were pulled completely out of the connectors. I put the car back together. It had better pick up and ran a little smother. I got some fuel injector connectors from auto salvage and spliced them in. I figured my plroblem would be fixed.... BOY.... was I wrong. Its missing soooo bad now. No power what so ever. barely can make it up hills. I just changed the distributor and rotor also. Any ideas to why its running worse now than before
You hooked the wires up wrong the whole fuel injector wire assembly goes up to the fire wall then clips into main wires
the fuel injector track is one track with wires
when you replace wires you also want to replace the injectors to match
buy new engine wire harness this will solve the problem
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