For my Dodge Stratus, I have to hold down the off button on the remote for 3-5 seconds, the alarm stops going off, but the engine still will not turn on. Then I hold down the off button again for 3-5 seconds and it normally will start after that.
Yes, the factory alarm can cause a no start.
There are a few things that it could be if you Dodge Stratus wont start on first try. It could be the starter.
The Dodge Stratus might not start because the battery is dead or the starter is worn or damaged. It might not start because it is out of gas or because the fuel line has water or air in it.
behind the ignition switch they go bad often
jump start it.
It's a dodge so yes it would tra-tu s tart
There are a few possible reasons why a vehicle will not start. First check the battery and terminals on the battery, if the battery is good check the starter, alternator and ignition switch.
If your 1996 Dodge Stratus wonÕt start you can try to jump start the car. There is no reset button like a computer. You can recharge your car battery with a jump start.
yes it does, every car has spark plugs or it wouldn't start.
Check inside the front fender wells behind the tires.
When this problem came up with my dodge stratus my husband found that a fuse was blown. We changed our battery and it would not start for us either. but as soon as he fixed some wiring and changed the fuse it was fine.
The remote start is not tied in correctly with the anti theft devises on the truck.
This simply means you need to check your accessories
no spark died while driving shortly after start yes has fuel pressure.
The Stratus does not have the 3.3L. Any shifting complaint diagnostics should start with fluid level and computer trouble codes.
You hook the jumper cables to the jump start posts that are under the hood on the driver side.
If it is an aftermarket item it could be a by-pass switch for a remote start.
To fix vapor lock on a 2003 Dodge Stratus, locate the fuel pressure sensor near the fuel pump. There is a button on the side to release pressure. Push on the button, then try to start the vehicle.
Unhook the wires on the starter, replace the fuse, turn the ingnition key on as if you were going to start the car. If the fuse does not blow, it is your starter. I just had this problem with a 1996 Dodge Stratus. I replaced the stater and it now works.
Start by checking the neutral safety switch. This is a switch that won't let the vehicle start if you have it in gear. If the switch goes bad it gives the symptom of not starting in park.
This could be a problem with your cam sensor, or crank sensor.