Question about 2004 Dodge Neon
I would diconnect the wiring connector to the sensor, to make sure the the inside of the connector is clean, and the terminals on the sensor are clean too, if so , then reconnnect it, to the sensor, then disconnect your positive battery cable for about 1 minute, then re connect it, then re start your vehichle, the engine light should be out, but since you disconnected your battery cable, you will have to reset your vehichles clock, and maybe some radio functions, hope that this information has helped you.
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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