Is a 2001 dodge neon pulley tensioner the same as a 2005 pulley tensioner

quint123
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Asked by quint123 Mar 14, 2014 at 09:09 PM about the 2001 Dodge Neon Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Tom Demyan
132,875

Yes, as long as they both are for the 2.0L, the 2.4L turbocharged one is different.

quint123
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Well I wonder why my mechanic say that the pulley tensioner dont fit I mean I got it off another neon

Justin Gilmore
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he's an idiot, i assure you they are the same if they came off an 01 neon and an 04 2.0 neon

Mark Parkey
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There are 2 types of tensioner set up's for the 2.0. There is a hydraulic tensioner, which is the early style, and a mechanical tensioner, which is the later style. You can use either but you need to have all of the required parts for that specific set up. Basically there are 2 different tensioner pulley configurations and 2 different mounting brackets.

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