The timing belt on a Dodge Neon should be replaced every 100,000 miles.
No, timing belt.
Recommended interval on 1995-1999 Neons is 60,000 miles.
A 2005 Neon has a timing belt not a chain.
The timing belt of the 1999 Dodge Neon costs between $60 and $110. It will only cost between that amount without a mechanic or a shop being involved.
Yes, it can.
you usually need to replace a timing belt every 60,000 miles, so if you just purchased the vehicle it is better to have it replaced.
AnswerThe timing is controled by the sensors and the computer, it can't be adjusted.You can if the timing belt is stretched! Replace your timing belt and the hydraulic tensioner and it should repair the bad timing.
The timing belt should be replaced every 100,000 miles.
you should replace belt your already there.if old belt breaks it could cause engine damage
It is under the the timing belt cover on the passenger side of the engine. It is driven by the timing belt.