Question about 2001 Dodge Neon
Posted by Anonymous on
Never pressure wash an engine.
Electrical connections can't take the water or pressure.
In most cases, once warmed up and dried out, things return to normal.
But you need to determine which connections you screwed up.
The most common are the plug wires. You can check them with a spare spark plug, or an inductive timing light.
You could also have just blasted a vacuum hose off.
Check them all.
But you could also have caused a bad connection to the O2, throttle position, air mass, or temperature sensor.
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
It is a chrysler get rid of it and get something thaat runs. their cars and trucks aint worth having after 60,000 miles
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