Question about 2002 Dodge Neon
First thing to do is look under the car were it is setting to see if there is a puddle of oil or transaxle fluid. Oil will be brown and the transaxle fluid will be a deep red color. With the car setting on level ground check the oil and transaxle fluid levels. ( you will need to have the car running to correctly check the fluid level in the transaxle). Once you have done this then you can tell what fluid level is low or none at all. If it is the transaxle level that is low then it could be a blown seal in transaxle causing the problem. (Rusted Sidepin ???) hope this will help you.
Posted on May 13, 2010
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