Yes, the 3.0 in the 2001 Dodge Stratus is an INTERFERENCE engine. Severe engine damage will occur if the belt breaks. The belt must be replaced every 60,000 miles.
If they both have a similar engine, yes
there is a problem with your ignition coil or wires
That's the 4.0 liter ( 245 cubic inch ) SOHC , V6 engine The 8th " character " of the VIN is an " E "
Fuel filter plugged?Air filter dirty?weak fuel Pump?
The 2.3 liter Dual Over Head Cam engine in a 2001 Ford Ranger has a timing CHAIN
get a new pipe
under the tranny filter
installing airmatic pump on a2001 s500
How many cataylic converters on a2001 geo tracker
The throttle pedal is not adjustable on a2001 Ram.
Not sure what you mean by dog bone mounts, but i suspect you are talking about the 2 struts that go from the top of the front side of the engine to the frame above the radiator. They are Black or silver-gray. They are shaped like a dog bone.
How do you replace timing chain & water pump on a2001 Chevrolet cavalier
DRL = Daytime Running Lights, which is essentially your high beam bulbs manipulated to be dimmer.
where is the PCM or power control module, on a 2001 dodge ram p/u.
Unfortunately, given how many pennies were minted in 2001, they have no numismatic value. They're only worth one cent.
It has an electric fuel pump that is inside of the fuel tank.
Temporarily, you can unhook one of the wires going to the horn. they should be on the back of the horn. This will allow you to find the problem in silence. Then check your steering wheel for a possible stuck horn button.
On my truck during a routine brake job. The truck was on the rack. At 99,999 miles, all the bushings of the front end had disintegrated. This is a2001 Lariat F 150 Extended cab.
No, you don't have to pull the entire engine, but some mechanics choose to pull both. It's sort of a coin~flip on which is easier, to remove the suspension cross~member and steering tie rods to get the transaxle out, from the bottomand not remove the entire engine/transaxle assembly. You must remove the intake manifold and throttle body, radiator, and A/C condenser if you choose to leave engine in place and must then have A/C purged and refilled with R134. But you have the option of pulling the entire engine/transaxle asembly out from the top. That way the suspension cross member does not have to come off. But then you have to deal with fuel lines and such. There is so very much more to this I can't write it all out here. Suggest getting a Haynes, Motor, or Chilton manual for about $40 but worth every dime
the "valve" stem fitting you're referring to is called a schraeder valve , and is for connecting a fuel pressure gauge to, as a means of checking your fuel pressure-typical fuel pressure should be about 35 psi.
remove the oil filter. let it drain .Then remove the oil drain bolt at the bottom of oil pan and drain it. Put a new filter on and tighten it. Then tighten the drain bolt and fill to level with new oil.
Check your Crankshaft position sensor. Located on the right of the crankshaft. Probably got damaged when belt broke.
open glovebox and pull out of hinge clips. fuse box is behind here. cigarette lighter fuse is the lower fuse on left hand side, but check your layout plan (mine is stuck on side of glovebox). you'll need a mini fuse 15 amp (blue).
Look inside the trunk i think driver side of trunk look for a red button it will be on the wall of the trunk protected by trunk carpet and push it down actually it will be a red button sitting down inside what looks like whole its call a inertia buttons sorry if i spell it wrong
There are a few things to check, first are the bulbs good? high and low are separate elements and the low could be blown out. Second is check the fuses, high beam and low beams often have separate fuses. Third would be the dimmer switch.