Question about 1998 Dodge Neon
This is a continuation of the same problem...but, I couldn't figure out how to continue the same thread.
To summarize...car wouldn't start after sitting in very cold outside temp's for two days.
Last time this happened, some dry gas did the trick. (a day later)
This time, it was suggested that we thaw out the car in a garage. I did this for 2 days, and the car MUST be thawed out by now. Still doesn't start.
I did the push pen test on the little fuel (air gauge look alike) thing.
Gas oozed out for a moment. Then nothing came out, no matter how many times I pushed the thing in with the pen. Still seems to be some kind of clog...NO?
What to do next?
Check your fuel filter or the injectors or fuel pump
one of those could be bad
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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