There can be a slight humming noise while driving a neon. This sound could come purely from the engine to indicate that it is running.
Both the SOHC & DOHC engines are interference engines. If the belt goes while driving the engine most likely will be damaged.
Faulty tail lights - causing a short.
Neon lights are legal on bikes and legal to have on while driving as long as they aren't blue or red.
Possibly bad synchronizer.
Blown fusable link? blown fuse probably located in the engine bay
Yes it will
This happened to my 04 neon. I had to replace the sparks plugs and the thermostat.
no different engine botl paterns
there are NO speakers in the "rear" doors of a Neon.
I believe that vehicle has a timing belt, it may have let go.
You should have your brakes cleaned! Or have a mechanic look to make sure nothing is wrong. My neon does this and after driving a while it stops. Sometimes rust,dust and dirt particals get on the drums !!
By replacing it.
Some everyday uses for neon are in the billboards we see while we are driving down the road. It is also in the electric signs typically hung up in gas station windows that say,"OPEN". Neon, mixed with hydrogen, makes a gas that is put in refigerators.
I had the same thing happen in my 1998 Plymouth Neon and after talking to some other users, I have come to the conclusion that it can be considered normal in Neon cars. It seems to happen to everyone owning a Neon.
The 1997 Dodge/Plymouth Neon takes 21" drivers side and 18" passenger side replacement windshield wiper blades.
First time to do is to check the fluid level. If it is low, refill and have any leaks fixed.
If the check engine light is or has illuminated, have it scanned for codes. They may help find the cause.