2001 Dodge stratus

Asked by Dec 30, 2014 at 01:48 AM about the 2001 Dodge Stratus ES

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I was still driving and I heard and
felt something broke loose in the
engine. It was my belt that came off
and along with something else. The
car still run but my battery light
came on. I checked it out it was belt
I thought it broke but it's not. I'm
guessing the pulley and bolt came
loose. Do anyone know how much
to fixed them total at the shop.

2 Answers

DAWG!! Slide on down to the Dealer and unload that hunk o' junk and get a great Holiday Deal on a new ride!! You owe it to yourself to be cruising in style, baby!! Hollar at me!!

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Sounds like you need a new tensioner, maybe a pulley assembly and a belt. Battery light is on, since the alternator runs off the belt. Figure $100 on parts and $150-200 for labor if a shop does it.

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