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Neon is very loud while at a stop

Loud and vibrates when at a stop while in any gear but neutral. as soon as i start driving the vibration and loudness goes away.

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  • Noel Spaulding
    Noel Spaulding Mar 22, 2014

    sound is coming from the engine and not exhaust, by the way.

  • Albert Woodside Mar 22, 2014

    I had that problem also. It has to do with the motor mounts. The top one and bottom one are adjustable. If they are not just right,they will pull the motor out of position. This causes the motor to vibrate while idling in gear. It is annoying but not serious.

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You need to take the car back to the place that did the exhaust work. What you are hearing is the exhaust system (pipe, muffler, etc.) touching the underside of the car. The exhaust system is mounted along the underside of the car with exhaust hangers (usually made of rubber) also called insulators. The reason you don't hear it when going is because when you step on the gas the engine torques causing the exhaust system to move away from what it is touching.

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I'd say there's no grease left in the CV joint boots, if it's front wheel drive. Something you should check right away, as your car has about reached that age, and if you run it without grease in the boots, you'll eat up the joints in a big hurry, and that's costly and dangerous as well.

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SOURCE: 2003 dodge neon vibrates

check the cv shafts. you got a bad one.

Posted on Aug 08, 2009

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