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2001 dodge stratus wont start no spark no fuel

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Check timing belt.

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My 2001 Dodge Stratus RT has a ton of new parts, and will not start for nothing. do you have any ideas why?


What u need is the right air/ fuel combo, fuel pressure, injection, spark plugs spark, compression, exhaust and all of the proper computer control readings. Timing etc. Scan the ecm & start w the basics. don't keep throwing parts into it. Good luck

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Have you checked fuel pressure ?
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Make sure that a tune-up isn't the problem, such as spark plugs, fuel filters, then start with the fuel pump psi. Then the torque convertor in the transmission could be at fault.

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My 2001 dodge stratus wont start. i can smell fuel and i have spark. please help


Becareful fire danger your leaking fuel.Do you smell it in your engine compartment,Then the line has disconnected. it can come from underneathe the vehicle or from the fuel filter.Dont attempt to fix this it will need an repair at a shop.

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2001 Dodge Stratus will not start


Take air intake hose off at throttle body, open up throttle plate, and spray about 2 or 3 seconds of WD-40 into the throttle body. Now try to start it, if it kicks over & starts for a second or 2, then you've got spark, but not fuel in most cases. Let us know results. Can you hear a "hum " from rear area (gas tank) ,of car when you turn key to on position, but not start?

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2001 Dodge Stratus WOn't Start


Proper way to jump your car is to attach the jumper cable clamps to the marked posts on your car...on the vehicle that is jumping you, attach the positive clamp to the positive post and the negative clamp to some piece of metal on the vehicle...can even be a screw as long as it sparks a little (grounding). Don't connect the clamp to the negative post.

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