Which engine light? I will assume you are referring to the Check Engine light. If so, it means the computer has detected a problem that is effecting the emissions controls. It can be a simple as a loose gas cap, or as serious as a clogged catalytic converter. Have the computer codes scanned and this will give you an idea of where to start. if you turn your ignition on off on off and on again and count the blinks it will blink pause than blink again ex(blink pause blink blink) would be fault code 12 and you can exces the codes meanings over internet or repair manual If you are OBD1 you can count the number of blinks and reference them by codes. If you're OBD2, there is a code reader you can rent (have someone with you to drive around to where you can read it when it throws a code -check engine could be on entire time and still throw codes-)then look code up; as previous answers stated, just didn't state with method was for what OBD. As first answer said, anything simple: fouled spark plug, ect.
That is the check engine light.
Yes. The Dodge Neon has an interference engine.
You will need to get the cause of the check engine light repaired.
The check engine light stays on when the computer detects an emissions related failure.
You need to have it checked for codes. The light comes on when the engine computer detects a malfunction.
take it to the shop to put on the computer
OBD 2 scan tool.
With a scan tool after repairing the failure.
(possibley) but most likey NO
The engine is dropped out of the bottom on a Dodge Neon.
yes, ecm fuse and or instr. cluster fuse
No, the 2.0 liter 4 cylinder engine in a 2004 Dodge Neon is an interference engine
If the light is on, it will need checked and diagnosed.
The 1995 Dodge Neon engine mounts are located on each corner of the engine. There will be to engine mounts in the front and two engine mounts in the rear.
It is important to which fluids are compatible with what vehicle. For a Dodge Neon the engine needs 5w-30 for it to run smoothly.
No. It is an interference engine.
the transaxle is located to the right, slightly below and attached to the engine on a dodge neon
correct problem then dis connect and reconnect battery.
its orange and it is located on the right side of the gauge cluster
Use a scanner or unhook the battery for 5 minutes.
No, see related question below.
No. The engine computer is the voltage regulator on a Dodge Neon.
No, it will not interchange.
Your engine light will most likely come on after a while in while case it could be the sensors.
See link below for a complete list of trouble codes.