Question about 2001 Dodge Neon
The cables were replaced with the new battery 2 months ago. I have checked all fuses with a tester that lights up on all the ones I can test with it. The only thing I notice is an occasional short beep sound from the car when it is parked in the driveway. I have heard it 3 times now in the last 10 minutes from inside my house. I have to recharge the battery every day.
One way to do this is to wait till its dark and get to the fuse block and pull each fuse one at a time slowly , the one that is pulling a load will have a large arc or like a spark to it then its just a matter of tracing out the circuit !
Posted on Nov 23, 2014
Testimonial: "Hi Brendan. Thank you for your suggestion. The "large arc or spark" part scared me, but it got me thinking about checking certain circuits with an analog meter. (the radio doesn't work) I also am experimenting and have found that if I don't activate the anti theft alarm over night the battery stayed at 100%. However, when I drove it around doing errands all day, activating the anti theft alarm in between stops the battery was at 50% by the end of the day."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dome lights just come on
I have the same problem with my 02 intrepid es. It started happening a couple months ago while Im driving. They just flash a couple times every once in a while. Its annoying and I dont know whats causing it. Just wanted to let you know you arent alone lol.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
I would say to have your egr valve checked. Sometimes in these Dodge brands they will get clogged and the air can't flow right. One way you can check if this is happening while driving is to watch your rpms. If they drop a bit then come back up I would assume that is the cause, although I don't remember the radio dying any time his has happened.
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
Get OBD2 codes, service transmission , check the speed sensor , camshaft speed sensor. change it, service it, check conection to wires, fuses.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
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