check your fuse box. In my '97 the fuse retainers were loose and no longer kept a tight fit with the fuse causing my truck engine to turn off sometimes while driving or not start at all (not fun in mid turns). Wiggle the fuse around while its running or you're trying to start it and see if this helps. If it does either have the fuse box/part replaced or for a temporary fix shove the next bigger fuse in it.
30,000 miles to 40,000 miles dependant on driving conditions 100,000 miles
Yes, but you will need the proper engine computer.
How much should it cost to replace the airbags on a 1997 dodge stratus?
should be on firewall
The engine computer is the voltage regulator, and yes you can replace it.
i had a problem like that, Dodge van1500, and they told me a lot of solutions, i did tuneup and the only thing that works, i replace the computer, used 90.00 and problem solved.
You would have to replace the entire fuel and ignition systems with older types to bypass the computer.
No BUSS means lose of communication with computer, usually means you need to replace computer.
The Stratus does not have the 3.3L. Any shifting complaint diagnostics should start with fluid level and computer trouble codes.
The tension pulley should have a bolt that holds it on, allowing you to replace the unit.
You may need to replace the fuel filter.
Yes, unless you are pulling a trailer.
Yes, with the computer, harness, and plumbing from the 3.5L
The voltage regulator is part of the engine computer. That will have to be replaced by the dealer.
The transmission is controlled by the engine computer. It can be replaced.
The regulator is part of the engine computer. It is expensive and has some important steps involved to replace.
The voltage regulator is located in the Single Board Engine Controller (SBEC or ECM). If you have to replace it, you have to replace the computer. The computer has the voltage regulator in it. The alternator gets feedback from the computer to produce more of less voltage.
The engine speed limiter is part of the computer programming and is not removable. You would have to replace/ reprogram the computer.
You need to replace the daytime running lights control module
When it is dirty.When it is dirty.
The voltage regulator is located in the PCM if it is going out you have to replace the entire computer
500-1200 The computer will decide.
Should be located in the back of the alternator
You should replace your fuel circuit..
around 60$ for the fluid service.....