Bad tire? Rotate and see if thumping changes
what would cause all power windows to only work once in awhile and defroster to go out on a 1997 dodge intrepid
could be fans not working, thermostat, blown head gasket, broken or leaking coolant lines, bad heater core
There are many causes to a 2005 Dodge Caravan stopping suddenly while driving. Some of these issues could be that the transmission went out, the car ran out of fuel, or there was not enough electricity to keep it running.
The cause is most likely a worn out wheel bearing.
Dodge started manufacturing the Neon in January of 1994. They stopped making these cars in 1999. However, for awhile, the Neon was quite popular and the cars could be seen everywhere on the road. Neons were made in three varieties: Base, Highline, and Sport.
Just out of curiousity, how is the transmission in this vehicle. Could the transmission be out of sync with the engine? This has happened to me when i had the transmission replaced in a dodge caravan, Good Luck
My 2002 Dodge Ram 1500 has bursts of white smoke that quickly vanish after sitting awhile. I've been told that it is the Valve Stem Seals. Is this the end of my engine and is the Valve Spring Compression Tool a successful repair tool?
There is a service bulletin out on this problem (NUMBER: 21-015-05, GROUP: Transmission, DATE: September 01, 2005). It seems that fluid will drain from the torque converter after the vehicle sets awhile causing the slow to engage problem. According to Dodge, while it causes customer concern, it is not detrimental to the transmission. There is a new version of a transmission cooler filter which when installed mitigates the problem.
try the engine fuse that's what is was for me try the engine fuse that's what is was for me
nobody can really answer that question but you see them at car shows once in awhile.
front axle actuator not disengaging probally due to rotted vacume line across crossmember
it can be your alignment, check your tire pressure, make sure the tires arent in bad condition, or out of round.
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.
It could be a number of things. Two most common are a clogged heater core and bad thermostat. If you drive on the highway for awhile and you end up with some heat than it's probably the thermostat.
The ABS computer has detected a malfunction and set a code. You need to have the system checked for codes.
Your climate control module is out. We had a 1997 LHS with the same problem. Our fan would only run on high which became very annoying after awhile. Good luck.
Remove starter and have it tested for drag, load and shorts
The air door under the dash is probably intermittently closing. The door could be bad, or there could be a vacuum leak that is causing the door to malfunction. The coolant may be low.
its not your speakers, its the radio
If you mean bottom out as in scraping the ground, you ever considered that a neon is only about 5 inches off the ground? LOL It could be the strut getting loose as well.
Ive had a 97 Dodge Intrepid and my wife had a 99 Caravan both had this problem its a bad solder joint on the back of he gauge cluster my mechanic said hes seen it more times than he could count.
Did you try under the hood (fuse box) could be there. Did you try under the hood (fuse box) could be there.
Several tings could be causing your problem: for instructions on how to set the timing. A corroded battery terminal can cause you CPU computer to malfunction. Your O2 sensor could be defected. You will need to have a computer diagnostic test to determine the code, which is causing the problem.