Question about 2002 Dodge Neon
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: whirring noises 2002 dodge neon
My old Dodge Spirit did that ALL the time, and it was usually a belt somewhere. Have your mechanic check the belts...I bet one of them just likes to whistle while he works. <:o)
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
If the engine is reving but car not accellerating , then yes , it is the trans if an Auto , or the clutch if it is a standard.
If you are just not able to get any power out of the engine , I would suspect Fuel filter.
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
Range sensor is located
inside the transmission. I will attach the information. Remove valve body
assembly from transaxle. (see below)
Remove Transmission Range Sensor retaining screw (3) and remove sensor (1) from valve body.
Remove TRS (1) from manual shaft.
Disconnect battery negative cable.
Remove air cleaner/throttle body assembly.
Disconnect gearshift cable from manual valve lever.
Remove manual valve lever from manual shaft.
Disconnect transmission range sensor (TRS).
Raise vehicle on hoist.
Remove oil pan bolts
Remove oil pan
Remove oil filter .
Remove the valve body-to-transaxle case bolts
NOTE: To ease removal of the valve body, turn the manual valve lever fully clockwise to low or first gear.
Remove park rod rollers from guide bracket and remove valve body from transaxle.
CAUTION: The valve body manual shaft pilot may distort and bind the manual valve if the valve body is mishandled or dropped.
ONce you get the valve body out the range sensor is just held in by one t-25 torx screw. When you put the valve body back up seat it against the trans before tightening the bolts, and then torque them to 105 in lbs.
Part number 1 is Transaxle Range Sensor. Part number 2 is Manual valve controlling pin And part number 3 is retaining screw.
You can get new sensor from www.autozone.com
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
SOURCE: By brdgtrmbrt on Jun 03,
It sounds like the rear brake on that side locked up and you are driving with the brakes engaged. The sound your hearing while driving could be the result of the brake pads in the drum over heating. The pop sound you heard could be the cable breaking to the Emergency brakes or a problem with the Master Cyclinder depending on where the sound came from. I would park the vehicle and block it. Remove teh right Tire and Drum assembly and make sure the Brake caliber there, located at the top of the wheel, is not leaking of totally gone. Initially your problem was the brakes after you did your repair but it may have grown to something else. Check that rear assembly, you'll most likely find the problem is there.
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
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