Question about Chrysler Neon
4 cylinder cars need back pressure (cat converter, muffler, and resonator) to get your full power to your car. Do you have any of these things on this car? If not, the best thing to do would be to put at least your CAT or resonator back on. Or, you should check out your O2 sensors. They may be getting too much flow. Hope this helps, James Booth. Please rate this. :)
Posted on May 18, 2011
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