Question about 2005 Dodge Neon
Posted by Anonymous on
I also had my engine mounts replaced on my 2005 Dodge Neon. I have the same sound going on right now. When I spoke to a Auto Parts guy, he looked at it and said it was my tension-er pulley, and that when it runs out of grease it is a screeching noise and will be metal on metal. If you are looking at the front side of your car at the hood. It is the belt and pulley's that are on the left of the engine. (other side of battery). The tension-er pulley is the almost triangle looking piece located behind the back side of the belt.
They belt not being tight enough could also be why when I start my car, it seems to be rough starting.
I plan on getting this fixed ASAP. Perhaps your's went out and is now why the difficult steering.
I know this is not a solution, but it might help.
Posted on Jan 13, 2011
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