Dodge Stratus Service Maintenance Manual

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Whether you’re wheeling over tight mountain roads or maneuvering through the city, Stratus Sedan can handle the challenge. That’s because you have a choice of three suspensions: normal, sport, and performance. Each features a double-wishbone suspension for a great ride. The R/T improves performance with larger stabilizer bars and high-performance components.

To make your driving more comfortable, Stratus Sedan includes power windows with driver’s one-touch down feature, power speed-sensitive door locks, a power sunroof available on SXT and R/T, and tinted glass with front and rear solar control glass. Power mirrors and power trunk release are standard. An auto-dimming rearview mirror is available on R/T. And a trip computer is standard on R/T and available on SXT.

Stratus Sedan is all about giving you more for your money. More interior space (94 cubic feet of interior volume), more cargo room (16.0 cubic feet of cargo space) and more storage space (full length console with cupholders)

The 2006 Dodge Stratus Sedan doesn’t fall short satisfying your decibel cravings, either. With all these choices, how could it?

  • AM/FM radio with CD player and four speakers standard on SXT
  • AM/FM radio with cassette and CD player (shown) available on SXT
  • AM/FM with CD player and Premium Gold sound system with a 120-watt amplifier and six speakers standard on R/T
  • AM/FM radio with cassette player, CD changer controls, and six-disc in-dash CD player available on R/T
  • Steering wheel–mounted audio controls standard on R/T
  • SIRIUS Satellite radio (Includes one-year subscription provided by SIRIUS) available on SXT and R/T

The Dodge Stratus was a mid-size sedan produced by Dodge, a division of Chrysler Corporation (now Stellantis), from the model years 1995 through 2006. Here are some key features and details about the Dodge Stratus:

Generations:

  • First Generation (1995–2000): The first-generation Dodge Stratus was introduced in 1995 alongside its platform siblings, the Chrysler Cirrus and Plymouth Breeze. It featured a sleek exterior design and was available with various engine options, including four-cylinder and V6 engines. It was offered in sedan and coupe body styles.

  • Second Generation (2001–2006): The second-generation Dodge Stratus was introduced in 2001. It featured updated styling and improvements in performance and interior comfort. Like its predecessor, it was available with multiple engine choices, including four-cylinder and V6 engines.

Engine Options:

  • The Dodge Stratus offered a range of engine options throughout its production, including four-cylinder engines with displacements ranging from 2.0L to 2.4L and V6 engines with displacements ranging from 2.5L to 3.0L. These engines were paired with either manual or automatic transmissions.

Features:

  • Depending on the trim level and model year, the Dodge Stratus offered various features such as power windows and locks, air conditioning, cruise control, leather upholstery, and upgraded audio systems.

Safety:

  • Standard safety features on the Dodge Stratus included front airbags, anti-lock brakes (ABS), and traction control. Later models may have offered additional safety features such as side airbags and stability control.

The Dodge Stratus was well-regarded for its comfortable ride, spacious interior, and competitive pricing. It competed in the mid-size sedan segment against other popular models such as the Toyota Camry, Honda Accord, and Ford Taurus. Despite being discontinued in 2006, it remains a recognizable nameplate in Dodge's history.

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