Question about 1995 Dodge Neon
I don't think the 2 things are related what so ever, since one is mechanical and the other is electrical. The only thing that comes to mind is the mechanic who did your clutch repair may have ( and rightly so) disconnected your battery during the clutch replacement since he would have had to remove the starter. Your battery light could have come on for many reasons. To name a few most likely are the battery just expired, it went bad. You may have a loose fanbelt, you could have a loose wire, including but not limited to the starter. Your voltage regulator may have went bad. Electrical problems at time can be the worse. Especially trying to diagnois from afar. The good news is that with the proper equipment they are relative easy to diagnois and if not replacing the car's computer are usually inexpensive to repair. I would start by going to your local auto shop like walmart,goodyear, a dodge dealer,or the guy who replaced your clutch, and having the battery checked out.
Good luck, be sure to let me know how it turnes out.
Posted on May 10, 2009
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