The leak is your water inlet tube behind the thermostat housing. It's a dealer item only, about $90, and it's very difficult to install.
its most likely the heater core that's leaking
Check your heater core under your dash.
Failed seal, gasket, or component. Have the system pressure tested for leaks.
just burning off road grime if your not leaking oil
Could be a leaking valve cover gasket
Stratus clouds are uniform and ressemble fog at times. Usually there is no precipitation. Nimbostratus clouds are typically followed by rain causing them to be a darker grey color.
She is helping out alot of charities. She was also the host of some television show but I can not remember the name at this time. I am sure it was Stratus (something)...
No, but there are simularities between the 2.
The two most common possibilities are a plugged up condensation drain for your air conditioning, and a leaking heater core. You will usually smell antifreeze from a leaking heater core. Another less common problem is a leaking windshield gasket.
You need to see where the water is coming from. It could be a leak, or it could be condensation from the A/C..
i got a 02 stratus sedan 4cyl...i have the same problem and i change the trasmission solenoid gasket and the pan gasket as well, but still leaking, i have to take it back to see whats going on
The cause of a dodge stratus cutting off could depend on what shape the vehicle itself is in. It could be something as simple as a faulty wire connection on the battery and alternator, to something as major as problems with the vehicles computer.
There are many things that can cause: to leak from an automobile engine. The most common reason is a water hose that needs to be tightened or replaced.
When something is described as a "A cloudy day" it is usually stratus clouds. They are often mistaken as plain fog and are very low in the sky. Though I'm not completely sure, I think stratus clouds are normally ground level to 6,000 feet.
one is more fluffy then the other
Trish Stratus goes by Trish Stratus.
On my 96 Stratus ES it is between the gas tank and frame. My mechanic said he had to lower the tank a little to change it. Hope this helps.
its precipitation smart one participation is taking part of something
It is in between the cylinder head and the block.
Stratus are low
My Stratus is having the exact same issue, so I was wondering if you had figured out what causes the mysterious leak by any chance? Any hints would be very appreciated!
NO. ONLY 1996 TO A 2000 WILL WORK. THERE IS STILL SMALL CHANGES TO DO BETWEEN THOSE YEARS. HOPE THIS HELPS.
All body pieces for the 1995 through 2000 Stratus are interchangable. Also, most pieces between the Breeze and Cirrus from those years are interchangable as well. However, the tailights, bumpers, and other small pieces may not. Doors between all three cars are interchangable.