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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you have to get scanned for fault codes..possible camshaft sensor if you have starting issues..if car is working fine,could be an evap leak..let me know
Posted on May 21, 2009
SOURCE: 2005 dodge neon light stays on
i have a 2003 dodge neon and mine does the same thing and i had the oil changed by the dealer, its full of oil as well, they put just a tad over in it and the light comes on and blinks for second then goes off and the only thing i do is let the oil go out on its own and get to the level its supose to be and once it gets to that it will stop, well it should but if you want to be sure have it checked out. i hope this helps you out, let me know if it does.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
If it happened right after they changed the radiator, did they add transmission fluid? If they did, check your owners manual, or call a dealership, to find out EXACTLY what kind of fluid you need. It may be on a sticker under your hood also. It probably needs ATF+3 or ATF+4. I don't give a rats *** what anyone else says, use them, and them ONLY. If the shop put in something that is supposed to be compatible, then you need to drain the fluid, refill it, run it a little, in rev and first, like 10 feet each direction. Drain the fluid AGAIN, and refill. My Stratus and others (probably same tranny as yours) needs ATF+3 or +4, they are REALLY picky about this. Anything else will mess it up. I have not used MOPAR brand, I have used off brands, like from Wally World, and they are fine. They just need to be EXACTLY the right fluid. Change the filter if it hasn't been done lately too.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
you will have to deal with the u code first. This is a communication problem between computers. My first guess is you have a bad computer or an open wire somewhere. Their is no way a backyard mechanic can do this without the proper tools to diagnose and with the knowledge to not cause further damage.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
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