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1999 Dodge Stratus Consumer Discussions

1999 Dodge Stratus

I didn't really intend to buy another Neon; we had a 2002 Mustang that was no longer suited for our needs (2 doors with a 3.8 V6 and stick; a lot of fun, but no interior room), and I thought I would g...

2001 - 2002 (JR) Sebring Sedan/Stratus Sedan/Sebring Convertible...

I agree with Tason67 100%. Having owned a 1996 Stratus with numerous problems, I finally taded up to a 2001 Accord EX....

1999 and later Cirrus, Stratus, Breeze 9-7-98...

I have installed a 2.7L engine into a 1999 Dodge Intrepid,the company I purchased the engine from said this engine was out of a 1999 Intrepid, couldn't get the car to start, pull the cam sensor out th...

Please also note that the Sebring and Stratus coupes will be phased out within two years because they never sold that well....

Included in this action are value packages offered for free or at a large discount on some models -- among them Dodge, Chrysler and Plymouth minivans, and Dodge Stratus, Chrysler Cirrus and Plymouth B...

2) Snow. There has been some concern by previous members on this forum about the performance of the 1999 Stratus in the snow. I live in Denver and commute to Wyoming once a month so this is a conce...

i have a 1999 dodge stratus 2.5 v6, and it has over 200k mi on it. i spun a bearing the other day so i am getting a new engine. my questin is, how does the engine come out? through the top? or the bot...
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