Question about 2000 Dodge Neon
Try changing the coolant sensor. I'll bet your gas mileage is less than normal too. The sensor is not reading correctly when hot & is not allowing the computor to advance the timing to adequate levels thus the poor performance. It is located near the thermostat housing. You may lose a little antifreeze when you remove it. Also if you unplug the sensor when the engine is hot, it will run much better in the meantime. Just plug it back in for start up. Hope this helps you. Good luck!
Posted on Aug 08, 2010
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