Question about 1995 Dodge Neon
The most common problem of this sort that ive seen would be the fuelpump is bad, it stops pumping when it heats up, this is easy to check, you would need a fuel pressure gauge to check it or spray starting fluid into the throtle body then put hose back on and see if it runs for a few sec, if it does then you know its fuel and il bet its the pump. when you spray starting fluid have someone hold gas pedal to floor to make sure it goes into the intake then have them release pedal put the hose back on throtlebody and then try to start if it starts for a few then its the pump, hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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