Check the catalist maybe old, replace the air filter make a change of spark plugs and wires. put some additive to the gasoline a proof if you feel power the gasoline is cheap.
Requires more information, what size is the engine and is it an automatic or manual transmission?
1999 dodge stratus has a 16.0 gallon gas tank
it is inside of gas tank which has to be pulled, out, the rear seat has to removed also
The 16.0 gallon fuel tank is in all versions of the 1999 Dodge Stratus.
The average gas mileage of an Automatic 2004 Dodge Stratus is 19 City, 21 Combined, 26 Highway. The average gas mileage of a Manual 2004 Dodge Stratus is 21 City, 24 Combined, 29 Highway.
I have a 2001 Dodge Stratus 2.7 and had the same problem. I ended up replacing the fuel pump in the gas tank.
The fuel filter is located at the back of the gas tank, but on top of it; the easiest way to change it is to drop the gas tank first.
61 liters, or about 16.1 gallons. Here's the reference: http://www.automallusa.net/1998/dodge/stratus/specifications.html
Premium is ok
Compressed Natural Gas
61 liters or 16.1 gallons
it take 15.2 gallons
Hmmmm. My Stratus is a 2000. The fuel pump is in the gas tank. Change the filter while you're at it!
Approx 2 gallons.
Yes because the 2 wires cross which takes the deoxyribosenucleic acid that burnt the hydra gas in the car
The Dodge Stratus might not start because the battery is dead or the starter is worn or damaged. It might not start because it is out of gas or because the fuel line has water or air in it.
It is part of the fuel pump assembly in the gas tank
Fuel Tank 60.5L (16.0 gal.)
the fuel pump in located in the gas tank.
My stratus is a 2000 The fuel filter is just above the gas tank. Yes, the tank must be lowered to get to it.
The fuel pump is mounted in the gas tank. The gas tank has to be removed to change it.
The Fuel filter is above the gas tank.