Question about 2005 Dodge Neon
My guess is that the engine is misfiring. A good old fasioned tune up, spark plugs and wires, is cheap and simple enough to do if you have the basic tools to do it and if you havent had that done it is probably overdue anyway so it cant hurt. I have also seen a lot of bad coils on the Neon but in most cases new plugs and wires cures them.
It's your call but I think I'd do the Tune up first and if that doesnt fix it take it to a shop for further diagnosis.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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