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dont know if your changing front or rear but i suggest buying the struts as an assembly. this way you get everything new. rock auto just got a new listing for these. you dont need any special tools to install them. i drive an 03 r/t myself.
You will need to modify the mounting by making support plates from MDF. You don't tell us how much larger (deeper) the new speaker magnets are, compared to the puny ones on the Factory speakers. Most Car Stereo shops are capable and are accustomed to such mods.
No, it doesn't. The radio needs to have CD^ on the 1 button to accept an adapter (instead of the factory 5 disc changer). The adapter is made by a few different companies (search on google), and you'll need to pull the radio to install it. My guess is that a stereo shop can install one for you for around $100.
I have a 2003 Dodge Durango R/T with the same radio, and will be looking to do that soon. There are a few aux input jacks that can be installed in the dash for convenience, at a small extra cost.
If its a 2001+ Stratus Coupe first you need to remove the 2 bolts on the left and right sides of the lower middle dash assembly, these are at the very bottom of the assembly close to the center consuel (were your gearshift knob is. Once you remove those the assembly around your stero will come off. After that its just a matter of unbolting the stereo, sliding it out and removing the wireing harness in the back. hope this helps
Did you try adjusting the dimmer for your dash lights? Did it feel different - like the knob was no longer connected?? If so, try pressing the knob to re-align it up to the threading to properly seat it. Then try turning it all the way to the right, to the brightest setting. Or try turning the other way if there is still no illumination. Make sure you have the key in the ignition and turned on to the same location where your radio, wipers, and all other accessories work (test to make sure they are working before trying the dash lights). And of course, you need to be out of bright sunlight and in an area where you can clearly see when the dash lights come on, even in the event that they come on very, very dim.
So if this all failed, I hate to say it but it means you gotta take apart your dash which usually means numerous other parts that may overlap. Find a good diagram or step-by-step instructions for your particular model. Then it will be a matter of checking the bulb(s) and making sure any of the wires did not become disconnected or damaged...
Good luck. Taking apart your dash to get behind it cant be any more difficult with your Dodge than it was when I had to do it to a Toyota a couple months ago... I had to remove the console between the front seats to remove the auto shifter assembly that overlapped with the bottom section of the dash...
alot of time and effort all for one little bulb replacement.