Question about 1999 Dodge Neon
I was driving my 1999 dodge neon and all of a sudden the car just shut off. there was no spitting or sputtering, it just died. it has new coil pack, new wires, new spark plugs, new battery, new alternater and i had fuel and oil pressure and the timing belt is fine. the car turns over and wants to start but it wont start. What is the problem?
I had the same issue and it turned out to be grounding issues. by that I mean ALL of my grounds were rusted/loose/ too small wire/ ect.
To curb this issue i had to locate multiple grounding wires on the engine and that little wire running from the ground terminal to the front cross member was heating up because so much current draw through it- after locating grounding wires, Sanding the connections and using petroleum jelly AND replacing the ground terminal and Positive terminal the issue cleared up.
The only reason i knew it was ground issues on my car was finding that one chassis ground wire heating up from just running my car.
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
I have a 1999 Dodge neon and when the gets warm while driving down the road it begins to sputter and lose acceleration. Sometimes it while just die. I've had the fuel pump replaced but it's still doing the same thing.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
I've been going through a similar problem with no spark. It seems one issue could be the computer terminals have corroded on certain ground points. Turn the key off and on three times without starter engage and check your error codes . check engine light will flash two sessions for each fault code .
12 is battery disconnected in recent past and 55 is end of session . http://www.techknowman.com/Dodge%20Neon/Dodge%20Neon.htm.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
The timing may have jumped,Have the timing checked.
It still could be numerous other problems,so post back with details
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
Check your engine wiring harness for a short or a broken wire. It has a black cover on it. Pull up slightly on the harness at the right side of the valve cover. There is a bracket that is bolted to the cylinder head in this area. You might have to **** on it, but do so with caution. Start the car & let it idle. Start pulling up on the harness as I described. If you pull too hard, you may disconnect a sensor by accident. If the harness has a short in it, the car should die like when you were driving it. If the car hasn't started since that day, the crankshaft position sensor may be bad.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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