Question about Dodge Neon
I had the same problem. Its your cam sensor. I took mine to the dodge dealership and they replaced it within 40mins and erased all the codes with their computer and now my car is running normally.
Posted on Aug 11, 2011
Basically, unless the tone ring has come into contact with something and broken a tooth off, then it is highly unlikely this has occurred...this is more for older vehicles where the plastic cover has started to deteriorate and come into contact with the tone wheel and broken one or more teeth.......my suggestion would be to replace the sensor, as this is the more likely cause !!
Posted on May 27, 2011
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