My 2006 dodge stratus won't turn over. The battery has been tested and it's good. What is the problem?

Asked by Nov 29, 2013 at 12:53 AM about the 2006 Dodge Stratus SXT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Dodge Stratus 2006 automatic won't turn over. It has a fairly new battery. it was working
before and the next day it won't turn over.

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You sure the battery wasn't drained? Check the voltage on it.

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If the radio and wipers won't work as well as won't even turn over....check the twenty amp start/fuel fuse in the power distribution block under the hood,, there is a diagram in your manual.. it is in the last row of small fusses in the pdb.... use a flash light to see if fuse is blown....keep some extra fusses in your car...there is a reason it blew..

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My 2006 dodge stratus won't turn over i have a brand new alternator,new battery i was driving on the interstate and the car just stoped on the high way

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