Question about 1998 Plymouth Neon
I have a 98 neon with 2008 k miles on it. It all of a sudden started running rough, stalling sometime when I step on the clutch, I checked for a vacuum leak, found none. I checked the plugs and wires, they are good. I put 50k miles on this car since I bought it. I was ready to change the timing belt and this happened. The O2 sensors and all the other sensors I never replaced. Any suggestions?
If you have a check engine code on,scan it will point you at problem area,if notand if timing belt is pass due may be wearing out and jumped a few knotches,i would inspect it anyway
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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