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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the starter is on the right hand side toward the grill looks hard to get to from the top i am going to try and get it out today from underneath. (more so in th middle just so you know)
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
is it unde rthe tire ? front my my serbing or can u get to it under hood ? if its tire one u hav eto remove fornt left tire take out platsi stuff then thers batter behind wall k thx nick
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
The fix is replacement of motor!! I have the same problem and have already paid $700 in repairs to fix seal just to find out that the seal is being knocked out by loose crank shaft..Car had 60000 miles when I bought it 4 months ago, from a dealership, and now it needs a motor replacement..I stiil owe $5000 on a car that is worth $0..Dodge did not give the 100000 mile warranty they love to advertise on TV for the '06 Stratus..They only gave 36000 warranty because they did not think it would last much longer..Will never buy Chrysler product again!! They do not stand behind what they sell or they would have 100000 mile warranty on all their cars..
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
Disconnect the negative on the battery. Unbolt the small bolts under the gas door holding the fuel neck in place. Put a small floor jack under the gas tank holding it up and loosen the straps holding the tank in place. Once you have the gas tank down there is one ring holding the fuel pump in place. Remove the fuel hoses, electrical connecters and then the fuel pump. When you go to install everything back make sure to change the O-ring on the pump seal also. Install everything backwards of removal.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
SOURCE: replace rear spark plugs on 2.7
I have a 2001 Stratus with the 2.7L V6. From what I understand, the engine compartments are very similar. When I change the rear spark plugs, I have found that I need to use a spark plug socket on a 6" extension, with an elbow socket. There isn't enough space in the engine bay to get straight over the spark plugs, and I have yet to find an easier way than simply using a elbow socket.
When installing new spark plugs, it's always a good idea to use a small amount of anti-seize on the threads.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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