Question about 2001 Dodge Stratus
Posted by Anonymous on
Make sure you are getting gas. Check your fuel pump. It is located under the back seat on the left. You should see a cover, actually two. The one on your right is for the float. The one on the left is where the pump is. Make sure you here it kicking on when you turn the key. Also, an easy test, spray gas or engine starter in the intake. If it starts and dies, you have a fuel problem. If you pump is not kicking on and it does this, it is you fuel pump. Check all your fuses as well. If the engine starter doesn't work, check your coil packs. You also have sensors to the ignition system. You should try to get your car tested for codes. This will lead you the right way. Distributors are well known to go bad on these cars. Once you get the codes to the test, let me know. I will help you all I can.
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