i also have the same problem. i had this problem for sometime that i just keep on trying to start and it finally goes on after several attempts, pple told me to replace starter, changed battery but now i cannot turn the thing at all. i will really appreciate if anyone has a hint. i took to a dealer and they did not do any good. Possibilities could be: Fuel filter clogged, Fuel pump wearing out
Engine sag, stumble, hesitation, rpm flare, transmission shifts up and down, etc.Engine sag, stumble, hesitation, rpm flare, transmission shifts up and down, etc.
It could cause a low rpm misfire/stumble/die off.
If if starts bubbling even if the engine is cold, most likely blown head gasket. If only when engine warm, stuck thermostat.
A loose wire would cause the horn to stop working on your Dodge Avenger 2.4L engine.
Most likely yes
Without specific year and engine combinations the most likely answer is no.
A dead battery would not cause an engine to seize
Turning on the headlights with the engine turned of.
Either the solenoid pack or most likely the torque converter itself.
Most likely as they (mostly) shared the same drivetrains
Yes the engine is sealed and in fact it has probably already fallen out on the highway or while driving. If it has not fallen out it is most likely wedged between the lower casings. Eitherway it will cause no problems.
You will need to get the cause of the check engine light repaired.
more than likely it's an A-901.
More than likely a worn out thrust bearing. Check your engine against specs.
TORQUE CONVERTER IS A LIKELY CAUSE
A leaking fuel rail is the normal cause.
The most likely cause would be low fluid level.
Most likely your output speed sensor. But, could be other electrical problems. Check for corrossion (and clean) on battery terminals and the negative cable terminal where it bolts to the engine. You should have an engine code that will give you some information if you hook up a code reader.
If the check engine light is blinking on your 2005 Dodge Stratus, you most likely have a sensor that is damaged or requires replacement. You can check this by accessing the diagnostic computer at the dealership.
Dodge does not use the acronym ICM. If you are referring to the engine computer, ECM or PCM, then yes.
The Cummins engine in a Dodge truck does not have glow plugs.The Cummins engine in a Dodge truck does not have glow plugs.
when my dodge stratus started to do that it was because I needed transmission fluid.
yes, it is a interference engine
The engine on a Neon is interference, bent valves are likely.
Yes, just about any sensor on the engine could cause a no start.Yes, just about any sensor on the engine could cause a no start.