if you look at the belt you'll see that it goes around a pully with a big bolt in the middle of it. that's the tensioner,keeps the belt tight, should have a locking bolt to the side of it . lossen the set bolt,find a socket that fits the big bolt and turn it like your removing the bolt. Its spring loaded so it may be kinda hard but it lossens the belt to get it off. Just be sure to RETIGHTEN the set bolt once you get the new belt on or your gonna hate yourself.
No, timing belt.
Dodge didn't make a Neon until 1995.
if you are wanting change intervals than its every 60,000 miles and you should check and replace the hydraulic tensioner and pulley
The timing is controlled by the PCM, there is no adjustable setting.
Recommended interval on 1995-1999 Neons is 60,000 miles.
BIG JOB Get a manual on your car if you want to try it.
On a Neon engine if the timing belt breaks the valves can bend.
The dodge neon 1995 parts are compatible with dodge neon 1999
A 1995 Dodge Neon uses green antifreeze.
A 2005 Neon has a timing belt not a chain.
The only way to know which style tensioner you have is to remove the crank pulley and timing cover and look.