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If battery is more than 4 years old replace it. Check all fuses also.

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All engines for smog emissions for many years including the ones you listed require EGR in the US.

Hope this helps.

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diesel focus with manual transmission ,cheap petrol will come to an end soon and a diesel will always run on cooking oil

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This is due to a blown fuse, check all the fuses, the power port fuse is mostlik;y in the underhood fuse box, but also check the inside fusebox, good luck and i hope this is helpful.

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mis fire cylinder for check plugs wires and other firing componints also if its coil packs check the coils

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If it is an ignition miss, than you can damage your catalytic converter, as raw fuel would be force through it.
The inside of your combustion chamber would also become very fouled up, and most probably ruin your spark plugs as well.

You probably wont cause any serious damage, but if you leave it long enough it could definately create more problems.

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yeah ive had to do it

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check crankshaft end play it is possible it has excessive play causing seal to push out of place, if this is the case recommend you to replace short block will be chipper and less problem and time than replacing crankshaft and oil pump with bearings main and connecting rods.

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how many miles on the car? have you replaced the rear brakes since you bought it? a common problem on the older body style neons was the brake shoes being to hard of a friction material and all you had to do was replace them and problem solved,but you could try taking the brake drums off and getting all the brake dust out of the brakes with the garden hose and using compressed air to dry them or buy a can or two of brake parts cleaner at you local parts store,hope this helps

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Go to autozone they have a free OBD 2 code reader. Start by finding out what that code is. It might be something as simple as an O2 sensor. Hope this helps.

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on the back of the brake plate you will see a slotted hole. this is the brake adjuster. take a butter knife or a "brake spoon" and turn the adjuster wheel inside until the brakes release.

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Neons are known to have brake noise esspecially from the rear. Try driving while holding the parking brake up for a while. Dont do it for to long but just enough to clear all the rust out of the drums. I work at a dealer and that has fixed countless noise complaints. However, if its more of a howling noise it make be one of the rear wheel bearings.

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The problem is the body ground control module.

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i had a simular problem with the check engine light coming on and i found out that i needed a leak pump so check to see if that could be it, i hope this helps, good luck!

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It appears that the threads are stripped on the bolt or pan. To remove the bolt, try having a helper put a couple of screwdrivers (flat) between the bolt and pan, and while you turn the drain bolt to loosen, have them apply pressure downward on the bolt. If you have a carpenters flat pry bar, that would probably work even better to apply downward pressure to help remove the bolt. Next, you'll have to go to a parts store to get a drain plug that is made to replace one w/ bad threads. Let me know how you do. countrcurt0

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I have seen voltage issues with my dodge stratus. The alternator was swinging the voltage high and low. That is not good for electronic items. Also, electronics do not function when the voltage gets below 10 to 11 volts. Ensure that your charging voltage is high enough and that the battery cables are clean and tight on the battery. Good luck.

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