Question about 1998 Dodge Neon
I changed the battery and check for leaks around the head valve gasket. Still dont know what is it. Maybe you guys could give me a better ideal.
Check the fuse/relay panel inside car on drivers side and under the hood for a blown fuse or bad relay. With the key turned to the on position listen for the fuel pump to come on. Use an inline spark tester to check for fire from the coil to the spark plug wires. If you have not serviced the car in quite a while.then change the plugs and check the air filter,oil,antifreeze in car. Hope this will help.
Posted on May 15, 2010
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