2002Dodge Stratus2.4L stalled,scanned& cam position sensor poped up, replaced & now still won't start.replced plugs thought might be flooded out. Still won't start . Has Dohc.

Ricky Posey
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Asked by Ricky Jan 27, 2013 at 08:48 PM about the 2002 Dodge Stratus

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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tommcmanis
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Check ecm connections,these and neons are notorious for poor connections. The ecm is loccated under hood behind left front head light.unplug all three connections (grey) let ecm sit for five minutes. Get back to me and let me know if that works

Robert Mitchell
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when you replaced the sensor did the code clear it self?

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