2004 Dodge Stratus Q&A
2004 Dodge Stratus Question: won't start
Battery - Visually inspect the battery for indications of physical damage and loose or corroded cable connections. Determine the state-of-charge and cranking capacity of the battery. Charge or replace the battery, if required. Ignition Switch - Visually inspect the ignition switch for indications of physical damage and loose or corroded wire harness connections. Transmission Range Sensor or Park/Neutral Switch - Visually inspect the transmission range sensor for indications of physical damage and loose or corroded wire harness connections. Wiring - Visually inspect the wire harness for damage. Repair or replace any faulty wiring, as required. Check for loose or corroded wire harness connections at main engine ground and remote jump post. The steering column used on vehicles equipped with a manual transaxle has an anti-theft provision. With the key/lock cylinder turned to the LOCK position, and the key removed, the steering shaft (and steering wheel) cannot be turned more than 180 degrees from center before locking. Vehicles equipped with an automatic transaxle do not have this feature. - Johnny Mopar
I drove my car home and it was fine, but when i went out go leave not more than 10 mins later it won't start, tryied to jump it but nothing, the car won't even turn over, have no idea what it is, ...
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Car won't turn over. Battery is good
...ecided to not start one day... We have changed the battery & replaced the starter and it still won't start. the lights turn on the radio too but it makes a funny noise like it's inserting a cd or somet...