Question about Dodge Neon
Changing a timing belt on a Dodge Neon is no walk in the park for a novice. Severe engine damage can result if it is not done correctly. There is also some equipment that must be used like an hydraulic floor jack and an engine support fixture to support the engine when the front motor mount is removed to gain access to the belt. Failure to use the proper support equipment can result in broken motor or transmission mounts and possibly other parts being damaged.
If you really want to try this as a DIY project and you need step-by-step instructions, I would recommend purchasing a HAYNES or CHILTON manual for your vehicle from your local parts supply store or subscribe to the repair information available on-line at AllData.
Posted on May 22, 2011
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