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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Not sure if this will work for you but worth a shot. I own a 2005 dodge neon. I know the ecu's are different but maybe dodge was smart and made all the cars this way. Insert you key into ignition. Turn key forward until you are at the last position right before the car starts to crank over. Repeat this for a total of three times then on your digital odometer display, you will see a set of numbers displayed. this will be your code for the malfanction(s) that set your check engine light. Like I said, it might not work on your car but give it a shot. If not, rent an obdII scanner and get your codes. Then you know where to start looking to fix your problem.
Posted on Dec 17, 2009
I am going to toss a couple of things to check at you but without me being there i can't be sure. Please be kind when you give me my rating.
I will say it is one of two things. The ignition fuse which may be under the dash on your left hand drivers side or your left side. Look on the diagram on the fuse cover for Engine. It may be under a different name as well. maybe Ignition. Also the fuse might be under the hood usually on top of the wheel well near the back heading towards the windshield. It will say the same thing on the top cover. Egine or maybe Ignition. If you can't find it b name then you can only pull everyone of the fuses one at a time and putting it back if it looks good. it has a wire inside that you can see and if it is melted in half then it is bad, Sometimes they melt at a corner to so look close. replace that fuse with the same amps the old one is.
Even if you find a bad one and replace it check the others too. The domino effect can sometimes happen burning out more then one.
After you have checked them all and either fixed the car or haven't decides rather we proceed. let me know and I will let you know the next step. i hope it was not the timing belt that went on you, If it turns over super fast and won't fire it isa bad sign for timing. Raz
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
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