First, Check the belt for cuts or tears. Make certain that there are no cracks or cuts anywhere around the belt. Second, Make certain that the grooves in the pulley's are clean and free of debris. Third, make certain that the mounting brackets for each pully and component are straight and haven't been bent or modified.
Since There is no tensioner pulley you have to loosen your alternator.
did you try removing the alternator first? no i didn't try to remove the alternator first
The alternator belt on a 1998 Dodge Neon is adjusted by loosening the retaining bolts and applying pressure to the side of the alternator with a pry bar. With the belt tight, the alternator can then be bolted down.
The crankshaft pulley is the large pulley on the lower passenger side of the engine.
The alternator is not adjustable. The computer controls the voltage output.
No it will not fit.
No. It is very unlikely that pushing a car would cause a failure later.
alternator is bypassing ignition switch,check wireing
Something to do with the alternator.
There is not a fusible link between the alternator and starter. There is a regulator on the alternator. The starter is directly connected to the battery, as is the alternator.
Check your alternator belt, it maybe loose or your alternator is freezing up
No. The engine computer is the voltage regulator on a Dodge Neon.
i would have to bet on the speed sensor
Check to see if any wire connectors came loose to the alternator ground or leads, Check to see if you have correct tension on your belt.
you could pull off your positive battery cable if it stalls out then you alternator is the problem
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You have to purchase a special pulley puller from Dodge, other wise you will break the pulley when you try to pull it off.
probably the alternator went bad. same thing happened to me in my car. try th e alternator.
There is no such part number because there is no such thing as a 1993 Dodge Neon. The Dodge Neon was introduced in the 1995 model year.
Wires between Alternator and Battery, and between Alternator plug connector and fuse box etc.
Right Here! You find the alternator, disconnect the negative battery cable, find the tensioner for the belt, loosen the tensioner and pull the belt off the alternators pulley. Then find the two, and there should only be two, bolts holding the alternator onto the car. Pull those off and remove the alternator. Put everything back in reverse order and you're done. its very simple, just take your time and dont rush:)
No neon is not a organic compound cause it does not contain carbon. The formula for neon is " Ne"