1995-1999 Dodge & Plymouth Neons
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What is wrong if you have high oxide of nitrogen on a 95 Neon but all other emissions are low?


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2005-12-11 00:59:46
2005-12-11 00:59:46

it could be a stuck closed egr nox is formed at combustion temps over 2500 degrees f and without egr flow the temp may get that high in the cylinder check to see if the ege is opening and check related wireing and vacum lines


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Wrong, nitrogen is less dense than water!

If NJ has an emissions standard, no. You'll have to repair whatever is wrong before the vehicle will pass emissions.

i think its nitrogen but i could be wrong

Something is wrong with the emissions system.

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No an emissions test will not affect the check engine light. However an emissions test cannot be performed while the check engine light is on, you will have to repair whatever is wrong with the vehicle before it can be done. Simply resetting it wont work either as the system will have to complete several (7 or 8) emissions readiness tests before it can be done and whatever is wrong will most likely reappear by then.

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The computer has detected a problem with the emissions controls. Have the computer scanned for trouble codes. Get this fixed, as it can cause other parts to fail, as in, the catalytic converter, O2 sensor.

Nitrogen is colorless. the color of it is green because my science teacher said it 2 me your science teach is wrong it is a colorless gas =)

the check engine light means you have something wrong with your emissions. it might be the two sensers on the exhaust pipe.

Sorry, but your data is wrong. Nitrogen does reach the surface. Its 4/5 th of the atmosphere.

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It's most likely some kind of corrosion caused from oxidation (aka an oxide). For example, with iron (ferrous) based metals it's called iron oxide, commonly called "rust" and is a brownish-red color. On other metals, like aluminum, it is simply called aluminum oxide and is a whitish color. I *suspect* the "white stuff" is the corrosion of aluminum called "aluminum oxide". Could be wrong, but it's the simplest answer. Search Google Images for "aluminum oxide" and see if it's the same stuff. Happy corrosion hunting!

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It depends what caused the check engine light to come on. If there is something seriously wrong with an emission control component, simply clearing the code will not effect the results of an emissions test - the car will probably still fail. On the other hand, some codes for minor problems might not even cause the car to fail.

i think the chemical name for lime is calcium oxide......i might be wrong but i hope i helped u :P

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