Need HELP plz 98 Dodge neon 2.0 dhoc

Asked by Oct 21, 2019 at 08:34 AM about the 1998 Dodge Neon Sport Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Bought car had to put in new wiring harness
the car has power to everything it all comes
on battery is good I've checked all the fuses
and plugs made sure everything is good
even checked all the vacuum hoses but now
the car won't crank over also put on two new
belts

3 Answers

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After all you're done, check to see that cable connections are clean & tight. Then check the ignition switch for defects. Check to see if you have spark in the plugs, wires, coils. If these are OK, you're problem is more likely fuel related. Do you hear the fuel pump come on when the ignition switch is in the ON position? Is fuel reaching the cylinders? Might be a crank position sensor, or another sensor.

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Yes I get fuel there fuel pump come on I was told it might be ignition coil plug but idk how to check it Everything is tight an hooked up

76,645

If you don't know how to check for problems in the engine, have someone competent do it. The problem might be something simple and inexpensive to repair, but you might put a lot of $$ into it just guessing and replacing things.

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