Question about 2004 Dodge Neon
So now after spending $240 on the cam sensor repair, we noticed oil leaking out all over the place. Took it in to the same place, (didn't happen until we had the car repaired), and they now want $800 to repair a blown head gasket. After the $240 spent last week, we still can't drive the car and we're out of jobs. What a great holiday! Any suggestions?
There is a seal on the cam sensor that if it was damaged or improperly installed it will leak and if you dont pay very close attention i can be mistaken for a headasket leak. although at one time they had a headgasket issue by 2004 they had it taken care of and headgaskets leaking oil are rare
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
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