2005 dodge stratus wont crank

Asked by Oct 20, 2015 at 03:33 PM about the 2005 Dodge Stratus SXT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I  have a 2005 dodge stratus that won't
crank last night I was with a friend, an it ran
perfectly always made a weird sound but all
my buddys said it was a lifter an i got it
fixed but it always made a weird clicking
sound coming from underthe hood when I
pushed on the gas.. but drove good.. now
last night when I dropped off my friend I
was pulling into the gas station than my car
started kicking and when I push on the gas
it would kick an than sound like it's dying or
bout to die. The lights an everything stayed
on the radio is working but then I started it
again an it would crank bUT when I push on
the gas it died Or wouldn't go an make that
sound like it's dying.. now it won't even
crank it sounds like it wants to but it keeps
making a sound when I go to turn it on .. will
someone help me please!!! Godbless

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Giving the symptoms you described, I think your battery just got run down from cranking? So my opinion is your fuel pump went bad, or fuel filter may be plugged...

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