Question about 1997 Dodge Neon
This sounds like a failure in the vehicle's Electronic Control Unit (ECU). When the circuits overheats, it cuts off the computer. You can spend a fortune going to a dealer to replace it, or you can buy a used or rebuilt one, or some companies will rebuild yours, or send you a replacement provided you ship your old one back for them to rebuild and sell.
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