I'm having a problem... I have a 2003 Dodge neon and it won't start... Help!

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Asked by Jun 08, 2014 at 07:18 PM about the 2003 Dodge Neon 4 Dr SXT Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I'm having a similar problem...  I have a
2003 Dodge neon. I just got a new
powersteering pump put on and the dude
said he heard some knocking... we
scheduled for it it get checked out the next
week... so as I'm driving for about 10 mins,
I'm taking off from a traffic light and then
my car stops accelerating...  so I pulled
over and let it roll... tried pushing the gas
but it just revv so I dropped the gear down
and still Same thing... I got it parked and
turned it off... tried to start it up but the
starter just. Spins and the trans trys but No
connection to the motor side at all... help.

4 Answers

70,305

First of all,was this a certified mechanic?

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No

70,305

I didn,t think so,first of all he should have took the time to check for the sound he heard,find the problem,could be a number of thing,s,but the way your post is saying you lost power,im thinking colud have jumped time,belt tentioner idler probably was the sound,he heard.Check timing belt,first then repost with your finding, Good luck with this

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Thanks

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