Question about 1997 Dodge Neon
The error code that I am reading from the check engine light reads 1255.
I have cycled it twice just to make sure that I read it right the first time.
I did reply to that on the original question. It's kind of a long reply, otherwise I would type it out again.
It basically says, the 12 55 code is different from the original one you posted, and gave some other things to look at.
If you've checked the timing and it's right, you had something else fail in there. When a timing belt breaks (and depending on how fast the motor was turing at the time it broke) you might have some other damage that is confusing the computer.
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
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