The computer under the hood is more than likely faulty. I have a 95 Neon (with parts car) and 95 Eclipse. The Eclipse was experiencing the same exact problem. It started out being only an occasional thing, but soon started to happen more often. I took the Computer out of the Eclipse and replaced it with the one from the Neon parts car. The mount and wire harness connection are exactly the same, and it bolted right in. This has completely fixed the problem and the Eclipse now runs like new. The "check engine" light is STILL on, but doesn't seem to be causing any issues. I replaced the computer about 6 months ago, and it hasn't acted the same since. How-ever this MAY be a short term fix, as the new computer module you put in may eventually go bad. You should be able to get a module from a junk yard between $20 - $50, but if you wanna go new the cheapest I've seen is around $150.
check the catalystic converter its getting old and falling apart,it's blocking the engine exhaust....
blown head gasket!
A tree that looses its leaves..
If no codes (check engine light) or rpm fluctation first check fuel pressure
3.1 engine leaks at the intake gasket
I have a 1999 dodge neon that looses power and can't get to cruising speed
When:it slows downit cools downit looses chemical energy to form a more stable productit looses its pressureit gets closer to the center of gravity
No "drug" looses dog smell(s)/or if you call frebreeze a drug then yes. there is.
Mg looses 2 electrons Al looses 3.
First determine if it gains or looses an electron if it gains then its negative if it looses then its positive