you should find the egr in the front of the motor under the throlltle , two screws hold it in place , small hands and a univeral and off it comes . to find what yours looks like you can search eBay and see a pix or in your browser type in egr and engine size . it was harder to get to egr then anything no need to remove housing , if on AOL email me and i can offer a mechanic offering free repair advice and he helped us. be sure to clean port behind egr with ice pick and vaccumm it will or maybe blocked with black carbon build up . we used a wrech and it had a twisting ten mm ? on it and used an extention on it to gain access to it. we did remove air intake and one hose for ease
The thermostat is under the housing where the upper radiator hose attaches to the engine on a 2.4 liter Dodge Stratus.
No , the 2.4 liter 4 cylinder in a 2000 Dodge Stratus IS NOT an interference engine ( according to the Gates website , they make timing belts etc. )
The engine size in a 96 Dodge Stratus is a 2.4 liter could have a 2.0L. It should say it right on the engine.
According to the Gates website : The 2001 Dodge Stratus : 2.4 liter , 4 cylinder , timing BELT 2.7 liter , V6 , timing CHAIN 3.0 liter , V6 , timing BELT
5w30 or 10w30.
That engine does not use a distributor.
No , the DOHC engine is not an interference engine ( but the SOHC is an interference engine ) in a 2002 Dodge Stratus 2.4 liter
It has a belt.
A 2002 Dodge Stratus with a 2.7 liter engine does require an EGR valve. This valve can be found near the top of the engine.
Defective or worn distributor.
The 2.7L is the only direct replacement.
The fuel pump relay on a 1996 Dodge Stratus 2.4 liter is located underneath the hood. The relay will be in the integrated power module.
The 2.5 liter V6 engine in a 2000 Dodge stratus has a timing BELT
The crankshaft sensor on a 2005 Dodge Stratus 2. 4 Liter is located on the bottom of the engine, near the oil filter. It constantly monitors the rotation of the crankshaft and updates the vehicle's computer on its current state.
It is inside the engine, driven by the timing chain.
there are 6 they are in the transmission right behind the transmission pan
It requires a special tool to pull it off.
It is under the housing where the lower radiator hose hooks to the block.