Having problems with your Dodge Stratus ?

Hello, I would like to know the gap for the spark plugs for a 2006 dodge stratus xst, 2.4 litre engine, 4 cyl. Also, where is the timing belt located, is the water pump behind it and should be pulled also and at what mileage should the belt be replaced and the location of the PCV valve. Would this cause a vacuum problem? I was told by my daughter (her car), her boyfriends father installed new plugs and did not gap them, when I asked them if they did it, I got the deer in the headlights look,l

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 12-11-2018

Answers :

Plug gap = 1.1 mm (0.043")
\012Timing belts should be replaced at about 50000 to 60000 miles (80000 to 100000 Km.)
\012The belt is under the plastic covers at the front of the motor behind all the other belts etc. Only change the water pump if it leaks. The PCV valve should not have any effect on the vacuum, it is for ventilating the crankcase, I hope this is the location for yours, the description was not very clear.
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