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How locate & replace timing belt - 2002 Dodge Neon

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Your timing belt is behind the pulleys and belt and you will have to remove the plastic cover to get to the timing belt Caution though because if you set the timing belt wrong or if it broke the chances are you will have to remove the head because the neon engine is a interference engine this meaning the pistons with hit the valves. If you are not skilled enough to tackle this job I would take it to a mechanic to do the repair,,

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