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Martin213
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24 years old
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Layton, Utah
Born Mar-5-1993
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Year: 2001
Make: Dodge
Model: Stratus
Trim: RT
Body Style: Coupe
Engine: 3.0
Trans: Auto Stick
From: Layton, Utah
Color: Blue
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14 Feb 2013
So I've had this issue since I purchased the car. I've lived with it for a while, but now I am looking at making her run 100%. SO, the car runs fine, up until I put gas in it. It doesn't matter how much gas I put in. Whether it be 5 dollars, or 45 dollars. The first time I try to start her after I put gas it turns on then stalls out half a second later. The second time it takes a while to start up but then it's good until I need gas.

So question. Is it the fuel pump? Fuel filter( I thought they had a bypass). Or is there some sensor I am not looking at?
You guys haven't failed me yet!!
7 Feb 2013
So I came across this site with the search tool and found it very helpful. Sort of.

http://www.club3g.com/forum/wheels-tires-b...ment-guide.html

I wanted to upgrade my rims and have found some pretty nice rims. With stock suspension they seem to be Okay. But since I recently found out I have a Sportline Drop. I no longer know.

Here are the dimensions.
Stern Beast St-1 18x8.5 32+ Et 5x114.3
215/40/18 tires
31 Jan 2013
So at first I thought someone cut the springs on my car to lower the vehicle(Ride was horrible). I recently had to replace a radiator hose, I took it to a shop and had them do it for me. Upon changing the hose, I asked him if my springs were cut. Too my surprise, he said it had a proper lowering kit all the way around! Score! Did an alignment and bam it's never felt so tight before! Now how do I tell what kind of kit is on it? Are they labeled somewhere? Is there a way to tell if it's adjustable?
20 Nov 2012
So I did some looking here and on club3G about this issue. So my Stratus overheats in idle but doesn't while running on the highway or when the car is moving. It cools down when the A/C is on, so the fans work but I don't think they turn on when they are suppose to.

So from I have searched I need to replace the coolant and temperature sensors. This is where I get confused. I believe there are two coolant sensors, and an extra dummy one to go to the gauge? This is where I get lost. Where are they located? How many exactly are there. They say the one to the gauge has to be replaced too. And where is the Temperature sensor?

In short how many coolant sensors are there including location?
Location of the temperature sensor?


I have changed the coolant, thermostat, back flushed the heater core, and burped the system.
26 Sep 2012
Okay so first is first. Information on the system I have than move on from there. I have all the speakers wired to a 6oo watt pioneer amp(previous owner). It does have an infinity system. Went through all the wiring and found out they took out the stock amp, understandable for aftermarket amp. But on the rear speakers I see that it has 4 outputs. Two negative and two positive. Correct me if I'm wrong but they are 4 ohm speakers? To cut to the chase they are blown and I need replacements. 6x9 work fine from reading but I have never bought speakers for the door or rear before. Only subs and amps for the lows. So out shopping I see a lot that say 3-way. No idea what that means. Does that imply 4 ohm speakers?

TL;DR
Are stock rear speakers 4 ohm?
What are 3 way speakers.
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