Question about 1997 Dodge Neon
Agreed - get help from somebody who knows what they're doing. Who told you the car needs a hg and why? Most of these are for oil leaks at the driver's rear corner. I don't recomment you try this alone if you've never done it before.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
You're going to need at least $100-140 to do this job yourself-at home...without any problems. First, buy a Chiltons manual at AutoZone or NAPA...My guess is you'll have to order it ($25). Chiltons will walk you through the repair with lots of pictures step by step. Unfortunately, Chiltons will NOT tell you WHY the problem happened to begin with. Make sure you completely drain and chemically wash out the entire coolant system...My guess is, it's already too late for your radiator ($160)...Let's hope it's okay! Also, depending on how hot the engine got you should probably have the head "decked" at a engine machine shop...($50)
Good Luck and get a friend that might have some experience nearby to assist.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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