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Re: I'm looking to buy a 1992 dodge neon
Ring a parts shop and they will ask you year make and maybe chasis number. you can then ask the price if you know a mechanic ask him for a price to fit same. i would also ask him to check out the car for you . it will cost a few bucks but hey better thn buying a dud. if this helps please rate. jo
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if one is rusted the the other side will be close behind
you could go to a wrecker and get the un rusted units for repair but the problem is that where the units are welded in will rust from the salt used on the roads during winter ( if the surround metal is not affected by rust)
Basically I suggest that you take a good look at the vehicle condition for other rust sites ( chamber under windscreen, body and guard rust and make a decision to replace it if there is other rust around
The 1995 Neon is most likely the worst used car you can buy. Please look at other cars and save a PILE of money on repair costs and reliability issues. Raising the car could be just springs ..... about $200 or it may need a complete suspension change..... approx $1200.
The fact that the car has been lowered may mean this car has been driven hard. Another reason not to buy it. The Neon cannot be driven hard with out high repair bills...... those bills may be coming your way very soon if you do buy this car.
Hi I'm litoshop on your vehicle you have 5 mounts front left side, front right side, lower strut rear of engine,upper strut right side and transaxle rear left side good luck if this information has been helpful please let use know thank you
This is a classic problem with dodge neons. If you take out the carpet and try to shake your car side ways, you will actually see the strut move and make ratting noise. You can try tighten the nuts and bolts. There are only two bolts holding the strus from the bottom side and 4 nuts on the top side. More than likely you need a replacement. To replace struts, you need a spring compressor. However, your mounts and bushings might have worn out as well. If you find complete spring assembly and strut from the junk yard, that might just solve your problem. Make sure they are tight when you install them because if you don't your struts will be worse then on you have now.