Question about Dodge 2004 Stratus SXT
It started with the engine struggling and chugging almost as if it was out of gas. Turned out the fuel censor relay was bad. I had it replaced a year ago and it worked great ever since. Now recently it has begun chugging on the highway. Driving along normally, car is quite - no noise; Then boom! Violent shakes, loss of speed - press the pedal to the floor, and all I get is more struggle and speeds don't increase. I fear it is the tranny due to the rep that dodge has, but the rpm's don't spike - ive never seen them go over 3rpm and that's usually when I am accelerating in a hurry. Grinding sounds are not present. I am confused. When the transmission on my ford explorer went out, I couldn't go over 25 with out it redlining. Any idea's? Have had the car for 2 years and I have never had the spark plugs changed....could this be a miss fire in the engine or is my biggest fear coming true? Engine just hit 112k miles.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
700 is a generic transmission code. It went to limp mode, that's why it drives like it does. Have the codes read with a newer /better code reader or a scanner. Find out what other codes are in there.
Posted on Aug 02, 2015
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