Question about 2002 Dodge Neon
Since it died there is nothing when you turn the key not even a click.it has a new starter and timing belt,since it died the oil dummy light won't come on when you turn the key.could it be the oil pressure sensor?
Bar the engine over to make sure the engine spins over. If the engine is fine then move to the fuse-box. A blown fuse or defective starter relay could cause your "no start". Also check the battery cables that couple to the fuse-box. Then move on to the battery, cable connections, and the starter. Make sure that the battery passes a load test. You need either a load tester or a multimeter to confirm. A bad battery or a loose or corroded connection can allow the lights to turn on but would ark out is the engine was cranked. Let me know how you do with this information and let me know what else you need, good luck.
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