Headlight adjustment on a dodge stratus isn't too bad. Once you have the hood up the top of both headlights should be visible. you will need a wrench or something similar to loosen bolts. once bolts are removed you should be able to tilt the hadlights to your preferance. I owned a 1998 se version and my headlights had a small level on the top of each. I had some serious headlight issues. I have found that the best way to make your adjustments is by parking in front of a closed garage door or wall where your lights can shine on a surface so you can judge how much to adjust them. If you get them too low, you may as well not have headlights at all. It also helps the visibility issues to get brighter bulbs. Good Luck!
on the 4 cylinders it is wher ethe upper hose hooks to the engine
on the 2.5L v6 it is where the lower radiatoe hose hooks to the engine
<< On my 6 cyl 2.7L it is behind the alternator you have to remove the alternator which has 3 bolts 2 on top 1 on bottom to pull out the alternator you have to pull out the oil dipstick goodluck dang car is a hassle to work on no room to work in!>>
On the 2.4L the pump is driven by the timing belt. On the 2.7L it is driven by the timing chain. ON either engine the entire front if the engine has to be taken apart to replace the waterpump.
Check the plug-in for the trailer lights, if it has one. If not, check the Headlight switch. It probably has a burnt wire.
Unhook the wires on the starter, replace the fuse, turn the ingnition key on as if you were going to start the car. If the fuse does not blow, it is your starter. I just had this problem with a 1996 Dodge Stratus. I replaced the stater and it now works.
My wife has an '04 so I hope this helps you: get to the station you want. Hit the set button on the far right. Tap the number you want to set it at, or tap it twice to set it to the next number.
I mean that it acts like this:
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 (when the first number is tapped twice)
so that you will actually be able to program 10 stations.
Hope this helps, good luck.
The reset switch for the fuel pump on a 95 Nissan Altima is in the trunk. It is located next to the rear speakers.
i just had one replaced last week in a 96 model explorer, the starter was 160 and with labor it was about 250.00. or if you do it yourself you can get a good used starter or maybe a new starter off eBay for 50.00 maybe a little more or less, Jesse
if your facing the car from the front its just to the right of the wheel(tire)
My husband called advanced auto and they said there are 3 different filters for a 2.4 litre
When you go to buy your filter take your vin # with you because this tell them wich filter you will need
BLACK = Negative (-) Earth
RED = 12V Power via Ingition
YELLOW = 12V Power direct from battery
BLUE = Antenna REM
BLUE/WHITE = Amp REM
WHITE = Front left speaker Positive (+)
WHITE/BLACK = Front left speaker Negative (-)
GREY = Front right speaker Positive (+)
GREY/BLACK = Front right speaker Negative (-)
GREEN = Back left speaker Positive (+)
GREEN/BLACK = Back left speaker Negative (-)
PURPLE = Back right speaker Positive (+)
PURPLE/BLACK = Back right speaker Negative (-)
Hope this helps
The trunk release for a Dodge Stratus is to the left of the drivers seat when sitting in the driving position on the floor of the car just inside the drivers door. Pull the lever and you are in.
It attaches to the timing chain cover on the front(pass side) of the engine. It is the three wire sensor above the serpentine belts.
I do not have a diagram, but I do have a '98 Dodge Stratus. My battery is in front of the driver's side front tire.
You have to put the car up on jacks and remove the driver's side front tire, then remove a plastic cover plate, and the battery will be behind that.
It's incredibly difficult and it makes no sense to me, but there you have it.
The fuel pressure regulator is part of the pump in the fuel tank on a Dodge Stratus.
Inside the transmission - remove transmission oil pan for access
bolt size on 2000 dodge stratus alternator
This isn't easy to answer. It could be leaking from many places. Common places to check are the hoses from the radiator, the radiator itself, the hoses leading to the heater core toward the fire wall, the water pump could also be faling. Try putting the vehicle on a clean piece of cardboard over night. The next morning see where it is dripping and trace it back to the source. That is about all the advice I can offer w/o knowing eactly where it is comming from. Hope this helps.
If it is leaking into the car, it is from your air conditioner drain tube. There is a service bulletin on it. Check with your dodge dealer or try the following....
This bulletin involves drying the carpet and dash panel silencer pad and installing a revised
HVAC drain tube.
Inspect the front passenger side carpet starting at the bottom of HVAC unit, if it is wet
perform the Repair Procedure.
1. Use the procedures outlined in TechCONNECT to remove the carpet,
2. Hang the carpet so the front portion is at the bottom and let air dry (having a fan blow
on it will speed the process).
3. Use a utility knife or similar device to cut the dash panel silencer pad as follows:
a. Cut just below the bottom of the HVAC housing from the side cowl (kick) panel
across to the transmission tunnel.
b. Cut along the transmission tunnel from the dash panel rearward and to the end of
4. Remove the cut portion of the dash panel silencer pad and squeeze any excess water
from the pad.
5. Hang the dash panel silencer pad and let it air dry.
6. Wipe up any excess water that may be in the passenger foot well area and dry with a
7. Raise the vehicle on an appropriate hoist.
8. Remove the HVAC drain tube from the dash panel by squeezing and pulling on the
tube near the dash panel.
Fig. 1 DRAIN TUBE ADAPTER INSTALLATION
1 - DRAIN TUBE ADAPTER INSTALLED ONTO HVAC PLASTIC DRAIN PIPE
2 - NOTE HOW FAR ADAPTER IS PUSHED ON PIPE
3 - FOAM SEAL IS LIGHTLY COMPRESSED
4 - SEAL DASH PANEL OPENING WITH P/N 04467708 SILICONE SEALER
9. Install drain tube adapter, p/n 05191188AA, onto the HVAC drain nipple, (Fig. 1).
10. Install the revised drain tube, p/n 05264688, onto the drain tube adapter so the down
tube is positioned at 7 o'clock when looking toward the rear of the vehicle.
11. Seal the opening in the dash panel where the HVAC drain tube passes through with
RTV sealer, p/n 04467708.
12. Lower the vehicle.
13. After the section dash panel silencer pad has dried determine if there is any
objectionable odor. If no odor is detected reuse the original pad. If there is an
objectionable odor, use the original pad cutout as a template to cut replacement pad
from p/n 04787422AC.
14. Adhere the dash panel silencer pad to the floor pan with a small amount of RTV
sealer, p/n 04467708, and apply duct tape to the cut seam of the dash panel silencer
15. After the carpet has dried determine if there is any objectionable odor. If no odor is
detected reuse the original carpet. If there is an objectionable odor, use the
appropriate MOPAR parts catalog to determine the correct replacement carpet.
16. Use the procedures outlined in TechCONNECT to install the carpet,
23-Body/Interior/Carpets and Floor Mats/Installation.
You could remove the oil filter and depending on size would probably have 1/2 qt in it. Drain the oil filter and replace it and then run the engine, shut it off and recheck your level. If you are still over you could do it again. Otherwise you will have to take out the drain plug and when you think you got a quart out try to get the plug back in but this is a lot messier and you have to be quick and lucky to hit it beofer all the oil comes out. Try the oil filter trick.
The most common cause is low coolant.
Remove the spark plugs and check the compression in the cylinders, low to no compression will indicate a bent or stuck valve
probaly radiator have it pressure tested
in your driveway