because of the slick and sharp turns
Check to see if your electric fan turns on. Else check coolant level and replace thermostat.
Follow the top radator hose to where it connects to the motor. On my 97 stratus you follow the top hose which leads to piece where the radiator cap turns on, take out the 2 bolts and underneath is your thermostat
Follow the top radator hose to where it connects to the motor. On my 97 stratus you follow the top hose which leads to peice where the radiator cap turns on, take out the 2 bolts and underneath is your thermostat.
There are several possibilities. One is that the fuel pump is not sending enough fuel to the engine. Or that it is not sending any fuel at all. Or, it means you are simply out of gas.
On most newer model cars that I have seen the the nut holding the tail light on looks like a black plastic wing nut and turns counter clockwise to remove. Many times these nuts are screwed over or sprayed over with a coating applied to the trunk which might make them difficult to remove. , EzForJesus
I had the exact same problem with a 1999 Dodge Stratus. I replaced the blower motor resistor twice only to find out that the blower motor itself was the problem. I know others with the same type of car, i.e. Dodge Stratus that had this problem. It turns out that Chrysler must have gotten a bad batch of blower motors form some supplier. I went to the junk yard and got another used blower motor and put that in with another resistor (the second one blew out again) and it worked fine!
follow the belt back to the device it turns. If it has a cap for checking fluid levels, then it is probably the power steering pump and you have found the right belt.
The three key cycles doesn't work on a lot of late 90's Dodges. You have to use a scan tool to read codes. An aside: I have a 1998 stratus and the 3 key cycles doesn't work for me either. Go to AutoZone like I did and they will do a scan for free
check the spark plugs. may not be catching fire.
It turns counter clockwise to loosen.