Gear Whine or Whistling Noise on Dodge Stratus

4-door sedan
A gear whine or whistling type noise heard when accelerating or coasting between approximately 65mph and 85mph may actually be caused by an improperly seated steering column boot. The steering column boot seals the steering shaft as it passes through the firewall.

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Average mileage: 123,250 (85,000–178,000)
3 model years affected: 2003, 2004, 2005
9 people reported this problem
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2004 Dodge Stratus95,000
i hear the same noise when i'm driving. it really doesn't matter the speed limit. it still makes a whistling noise. it's really annoying. how do i fix it?
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2004 Dodge Stratus105,500
A gear whine type noise can be heard at freeway speeds. Sounds similiar to a jet engine. I have no idea what it is. Goin to the dealer this afternoon.
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2003 Dodge Stratus165,000
same issue, most noticable at highway speeds, has done it since new, has not gotten better or worse in 165000 miles.
2004 Dodge Stratus178,000
I'm having the same noise when you get to about 70mph. I have no Idea what it is.
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