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Re: Where do I find the spark plugs on my 1995 Neon?
Take your time, and follow your ignition wires from the coil pack to the engine. The ignition wires will most likely be either gray or black. You are looking for 4 thick wires that lead into a valve cover, and under square black rubber "boots" located in a row next to each other. Once yo pull up the boot, the spark plug will be directly below the boots. Check this picture to see whjat I am referencing http://www.allpar.com/images/neon-1995/engine.jpg
you will see the 4 square boot toward the top left of the picture closest to the windshield.
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common problem for dodge 4 cylinders... never lower the oil level unless its real high on the dipstick.. you have the replace the spark plug guide seal.... it seals it from oil in the valve cover going into the spark plug guide and killing the spark... yes oil goes past the threads on the plug....
just did the valve cover on my 94 jaguar... has the same setup valve cover design
you need to know how far you have driven in that period of time as many people don`t realize how far they have driven it could be that it needs the plugs replaced again.have you changed the fuel filter,air filter,how is the fuel pressure,test by using a gauge.you may have a tps sensor not working properly, even if the fuel system is dirty can cause this.the fuel system needs to be cleaned which cleans the injectors and the back of the valves for better starting as dirty build up actually soaks the fuel until it can`t absorb anymore and the fuel enters the combustion chamber.
After it kills, pull a plug wire and check for spark. If it has spark, check for fuel. I can't remeber where the service port is on the F.I of a Neon but it'll look like a tire air valve cap but a little larger. It''l be on the fuel rail or line somewhere under the hood.
Take the cap off and depress the valve. If fuel doesn't squirt out (not drip), you're losing pressure. Neons were bad about fuel pumps so it MIGHT be this. They run a little over $200 for just the pump. I had a retail unit that kept doing this due to fuel deposits from Ethanol. It kept clogging the "filter" sock in the tank. After it set a while the stuff would sink back to the bottom and the car would start back up.