Well i have a 97 dodge neon 2.0 standard and my check engine light is on i have the codes the car gave me but i cant figure out what they are can any one tell me the codes are: 125, 142, 215, 5
thanks if it helps any when im driving the car it kinda , well i can only describe it as a lurch but its only for a second and i dont seem to lose power and it does it at all speeds.
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Be advised that the MIL or CHECK ENGINE light can only perform a limited number of functions and it is a good idea to have the system checked with a scan tool to double check the circuit function.
Within a period of 5 seconds, cycle the ignition key ON - OFF - ON - OFF - ON .
Count the number of times the MIL (check engine lamp) on the instrument panel flashes on and off.
The number of flashes represents the trouble code. There is a short pause between the flashes representing the 1st and 2nd digits of the code. Longer pauses are used to separate individual 2-digit trouble codes.
An example of a flashed DTC is as follows:
Lamp flashes 4 times, pauses, then flashes 6 more times. This denotes a DTC number 46.Lamp flashes 5 times, pauses, then flashes 5 more times. This indicates a DTC number 55. DTC 55 will always be the last code to be displayed.
there is a code 51 first of all, try putting octane boost in the tank, there has been several completes all across the country of watered gas, i have a 96 and a 95 neon and within days of filling both up the code 51 came up. the boost helped 1 and the MAP sensor had to be replaced on the 96. hope this helps
First, the easy way is to just bypass the relays all together. Install a switch on the inside of the car like you would fog lights. This will solve the problem of replacing thing after thing and wasting money. Just a $7.00 fix. After doing that unplug all the sensors and then the battery for at least 60 second to reset the computer. Than restart the car and the check engine light should go out, may take a day or so. Same thing with your gas cap, re-securing it will take a day or so for the light to go out. Good luck. I love my '97 neon.