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Asked by Mar 27, 2014 at 08:39 PM about the 2000 Dodge Stratus SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hello
Look i got this Dodge Stratus and I added into the gas tank a bottle of cheap fuel/carburetor cleaner and the car started to stall like it misfiring.
Question is could the be the problem added fuel cleaner into the tank?
Or is it the plugs? Does Anyone know?.

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Have you put fresh gas in since the problem started? Those fuel additives require a certain mixture with the fuel. Typically a 5oz bottle will treat 14-20 gallons.

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yes i have, and it were still doing the same thing.....any how i like too thank you for answering. What i did right now is change the wires and plugs and she is running smooth for now.

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