THE COMPUTER ON A 97 Dodge STRATUS IS A PCM IT IS LOCATED BESIDE THE POWER DISTRIBUTION CENTER UNDERNEATH THE HOOD BY THE AIR CLEANER IT IS LIKE YOUR CARS BRAIN
It is not adjustable. If not correct, you have a sensor or computer problem.
The enginge computer is the V-Regulator.
Dodge does not use inertia/reset switches. The fuel system is computer controlled with relays.
The timing marks on a '97 Dodge Stratus are located on the timing chain and the camshaft sprocket. They must be aligned to set the initial timing.
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The engine computer handles the voltage regulation on a Stratus.
The computer is under the hood next to the air intake.
A Dodge Stratus does not have an inertia or reset switch. The fuel pump is computer controlled with relays.