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Dec 21, 2012 - Uploaded by VeeTheAmazingGreek
... had to change out the cam position sensor on my 2001 Dodge Neon. ... 1997 Dodge Neon no start, crank sensor problems - Duration: 26:53.
CarGurusAug 9, 2015 - I did have a neon while ago and image crank sensor was bad ... my 1999dodge neon has no spark it will turn over but not fire i have changed the crank sensorcoil ... I have a 2001 Dodge Neon 2.0 with 140,000 kms on it.
CarGurusJan 7, 2013 - I have a 2001 Dodge Neon 2.0 with 140000 kms o... ... went about a month before this recent problem, fixed that with no problem now this. ... firing. you said you replaced the cam sensor, did you do the crank sensor as well? ... My 1996Dodge Neon won't stay running whenever I take my foot off of the gas.
To begin with, the timing is not adjustable. The computer uses signals from the crank sensor and cam sensor to decide when to fire the plugs and injectors. Have you checked the computer for trouble codes yet ?
With the vehical jacked up and supported, inspect the front side of the fuel tank, it has a plastic ring going around the place where all the wires and fuel lines connect to the tank. Unscrew this ring and the gauge sending unit and the pump are connected to it. You should drain off most of the fuel before you take it aprt to avoid fires and the spilling of fuel. make sure the battery is disconnected to avoid sparks that may start a fire. If it does catrch fire get away as the fires like this are hard to put out and need to be avoided. stay away from other things that burn ( Buildings < other cars, wooden floors as they burn good too if splashed with spilled fuel. If you don't feel you can do it right have a professional do the work as they have the right equipment to do the job right.
remove your valve cover and have someone try to crank it over while you watch the camshaft to see if it turns, your timing belt may have jumped a tooth ( causes bad running and back fire ) and then broke
surprisingly mine was doing same, pulled off fuel rail and full and i mean full of rusty fuel and pieces of rust that plugged my injectors. whashed it out with gas changed plugged injectors and away we go. easy to see witch injectors are plugged up. hope this helps