the parts that come to mind are the pans, both oil and transmission. pumps, filters. I have seen in a bottom hit that the crank was broken. this vehicle was a total loss. it realy need a good inspection to determine what should be replace. the other things to consider are the various computer controled devices. hope it helps. duboff
you can get them at yapitshere or many other quality parts dealers they have repair manuals, diagrams, auto parts, body parts and engine parts
Could be the timing belt! You can take it to almost any parts store (Autozone, etc.) and they will test the check engine light for free. Don't just ignore it!
it could be just a faulty gas cap or faulty computer go to your local parts store they should be able to check the codes and tell you the problem
Start by checking at your local junk yard or car parts yard. You could also get one from a dodge car dealer. Also watch the classifieds or check somewhere like craigslist.
I had a similar issue, auto parts store sold me the wrong spark plugs. look into your plugs and wires.
Timing Chain. Internal. $600 labor to open the engine plus parts kit at around $350.
NO they will not
You repair or replace any damaged parts.You repair or replace any damaged parts.
To regrow body parts that are lost or damaged is called spicling.
If the valve timing is correct and there are no damaged engine parts (or weak/faulty valve springs) that should not happen, yet however if the engine is "over-revved" the valves could "float" which is not normal operation. (If the engine is an interference engine there may possibly be engine damage.) That is normal and it is called valve overlap.
There is an engine plug that fits in a water jacket on the back of the engine. If the plug is out or damaged it could cause the water to leak out of the back of the engine. You can feel around for a hole when the engine is cool or look for the leak while the radiator is full and the engine is running. Be careful the engine and water will be hot. The plug can be purchased at your local auto parts store for about 5 bucks.
yes.....it is an interferance engine. The belt keeps moving parts in sync; when it breaks at speed, those parts can hit each other with great force.
You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.
According to Car X-about $144.00 in labor to take off the top half off the engine to get to the spark plugs then about $80.00 for the parts.
yes ! bent valves after market parts will cost about 70pound
Yes, it could. If the fluid contacts the spinning parts of the transmission, it could aerate. Air in the fluid will cause slipping and eventual failure.
Some will be.
Parts for car are components of a car. They are used to renew the car, or after the initial components are damaged, they can be replaced. (After an accident, for example) Car parts are sold in car repair shops or online.
It could be sticky or worn valve parts.
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.
A person should know the location of all the parts in their car. The Purge Control Valve is located towards the front of the engine, on the passenger side.
AnswerTHE SOLENOID PACK FOR THE STRATUS IS ON THE SIDE OF THE TRANSMISSION. I BOUGHT A PACK FROM A TRANSMISSION PARTS STORE FOR 119 BUCKS.
A diagram of your Dodge Stratus headlight can be obtained from most Chrysler dealerships. The diagram can also be found at most auto-parts stores.