The starter for a 2005 dodge stratus is mounted on the side of the engine. It is over the exhaust system.
Your car could have a dead battery. Your key opens your electical system only while a jump allows you use the other car's electical system (good battery and all). It could also be a bad starter. Autozone can check your starter, battery, and alternator for free. that happend on our 94 ford explorer and it turned out to be a bad wire connecting to the starter!
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Could be, a dead battery, dirty/loose battery connections, starter failure, charging system failure,
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I'm guessing it clicks but won't start? If that's the case its the starter drive going out to engage the flywheel but the starter motor is not turning. Probably needs a starter but you should check to make sure there is correct voltage in system (battery & alternator is o/k) and that the wiring is also o/k to the starter & at the battery.
The diagram for a 2000 Stratus water pump and cooling system is in the Dodge Stratus service manual. The manual can be purchased through most auto parts.
Check the battery, battery cables, keyswitch, neutral lockout switch... your old starter may be just fine (sorry to say) or the new starter may have a problem. There are too many unknowns to be able to tell you anything definitive.
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The 1952 Dodge truck line used a 6 volt electical system with a generator.
AC refers to Alternating Current, as opposed to DC which is Direct Current.
It could, that was an option.
The fuel system does not require priming.
In a high pressure system there are cirrus or stratus clouds or possibly no clouds
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Yes, the ignition system starts the car and keeps it running. The starter system only turns the engine over.
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The starter solenoid, despite its name, is not part of a vehicle's ignition system. It is used to send electric current to the starter motor, engaging the engine.
there is no reset for the electrical. change battery,and master switch should fix all problems
"Clicking" or "Chattering" Sound When Attempting to Crank EngineA clicking or chattering sound when the key is turned to the start position indicates low battery voltage, OR that that inadequate voltage/current is getting from the battery to the starter motor. If the battery voltage is 11 volts, or greater, then the next most common cause for clicking is a loose or corroded connection anywhere between the battery and/or including the starter itself. Corrosion can occur on the contact surfaces inside of a connection, and be invisible without disconnecting the connector(s) to observe and remove it. These two are the most common causes.However, clicking/chattering could also indicate:A defective battery,Failed or low output alternator or generator,Worn out starter solenoid,Defective starter.There are probably other causes that I've overlooked at the moment. Without doing a "hands on troubleshooting" of your vehicle's starting electrical system, no one here can specifically identify the precise cause.You need to first fully charge the battery and try again. If that solves the problem, then you need to determine why the battery voltage was too low.If charging the battery does not solve the clicking problem, then the problem will be in other areas of the starting electrical system.
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