Many possiblities, lack of fuel, too much fuel. A sensor faulty, Afaulty connection, faulty ECM, Worn tune up parts. The list goes on. My 2000 Neon would suddenly slow down to 20 mph and then die. Most places suggested it was the fuel pump at $360.00 (pump and filter are one unit in gas tank). I added a bottle of "HEET" water remover. Car ran fine for several weeks then stalled again. This time I added fuel injector cleaner with Techron (the same stuff in Chevron gasoline). Car hasn't had a problem now for 6 months. I now use only Chevron gasoline 89 octane as suggested in the owner's manual. I had a problem with my 1996 stalling after it was running for a while, the problem turned out to be crank shaft sensor. It has been running good since.
No, the engines are interference.
torque converter lock out engaged.
Any mechanic that will listen.
That engine is only in the Neons.That engine is only in the Neons.
According to MSN Autos...Dodge Neons were made from 1995-2005
Automatic Dodge Neons had a 3-speed automatic transmission.
They do if they are equipped with power windows option.
95-99 Dodge Neons
No, all Dodge Neon's do not have a trunk release. This was part of the option package offered on some of the earlier Dodge Neons.
Dodge and Plymouth neons are identical. Parts are interchangeable. Make sure you get appropriate parts depending on whether your car is Single Overhead CAM (SOHC) or Dual Overhead CAM (DOHC)
faulty water pump, electric fan, or a clogged radiator> With dodge motors it is usually a clogged radiator. Drain it