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There are several vacuum hoses on your Neon. You need to be specific. Is it as big as your finger or small a a pencil? front or back of the engine? Top or bottom, etc...? When you open the hood, thee is or should be an Emissions hose routing sticker stuck to the underside of the hood. If not, find another Neon someowhee and ask to see the sticker or go to the dealer to maybe get one..or...look online for one by Googling it in IMAGES. G
ON THE 96 2.0 sohc IT'S ON THE DRIVER SIDE OF THE HEAD JUST IN FRONT OF THE CAMSHAFT SENSOR. CLEAN ENGINE AREA FIRST (recommended) CHECK THIS WEBSITE FOR EXCELLENT PICTURES: http://www.techknowman.com/Dodge%20Neon/Dodge%20Neon.htm
Try a couple of good thumps with fist above dash (don't laugh) where cluster gauges are, and see if it comes back on, or may when you hit a bump. I had a 95 that did it all the time until I fixed it. If a bump or thump gets it back on, let me know, I'll give you details on fixing.
Have you tried lubricating, or spraying mechanism where hood latches in with WD-40 or similar, to see if latch is obviously releasing & may be slightly seized. is the handle & cable that you pull to open the hood appear slack or sloppy ?