Question about 1997 Dodge Neon
I recently had a snow storm and my battery light came on and I had the battery tested, but they said it was good. I checked the terminals and their not dirty. I also checked the car for a gas problem and I heard the fuel pump turn on when I had someone turn over the key. I also checked the spark plugs and the coil pack, I hooked my coil pack up to my buddy's Neon and it worked. I don't think it is the timing because it would start and not keep running? I also checked all the wires and they seem to be all hooked up... I think it might be the crank sensor, but I have no idea where the crank sensor is?
If you are asking about the battery light, there is a battery temperature sensor at the front of the battery tray to the right of the battery holddown hardware. If the snow loosened the wires or blocked the airflow to the sensor, the battery light will come on. The battery and alternator voltage can be correct, and the sensor will make the light come on.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
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