2001 dodge neon dies after 10 minutes of driving, won't restart for 5-10 minutes. we switched the fuelpump relay with the horn relay, the horn quit working ,car ran fine all day. next day same thing car keeps dying, horn works sometimes and sometimes it doesn't
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Difficult to follow your english, but I think you are saying the engine dies and you have to wait 10 minutes to restart it. Someone would need to check for spark at the plugs and fuel pressure at the injectors when it won't start to proceed.
Not trying to highjack your post. I just bought a 98 neon sport, manual sohc 2.0. Im having the exact same issue i think, car will run for a while then tac drops to zero and it dies, 5-40 minutes later i can restart but i usuall only make it a few blocks and it dies again, wait again and it will restart. Did you solve this problem with your neon and if not can anyone give me more places continue to diagnose. It has new cam and crank sensors, fresh plugs, wires and coil, new battery. I got the car cheap, thinking of fuel savings but i dont want it to became a parts money pit.
Change the coolant sensor near the thermostat housing. Dodges are known for this problem. Be careful not to over torque the sensor.This will cause them to malfunction. Just tight enough to stop leaking of coolant.