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2001 Dodge Neon Consumer Discussions

Okay, heres the thing. dodge has been making the neon since 1994. Obviously Dodge has learned variuos lessons in order to have updated them in 2001 with the more modern superior style, but what happ...

Neon engine noise compared to the Protege'???...

micweb: We have had three Neon's as well We still have our 96 Dodge Neon, with 186,700 miles on the original engine, with the head gasket replaced under warranty. A 2001 ES and a 04 SXT, which was tot...

On a different note, I can completely understand why someone who purchased one of those 95-97 Neons would be - pardon the french - pissed at Chrysler, but let's not forget how fast Chrysler rushed tha...

Sorry - but if you check the overall sales, you'll see that while the minivan market isn't growing, it isn't significantly shrinking, either. Yes, wagons are making a comeback and probably taking sal...

And now (this is davidu's fault), with it being Friday and all, I feel the need, the need for neon or Neon under my Intrepid!!!!!...

On the other hand, this 1.8 (as do the other World Engines in this family) makes its peak horsepower very high in their rpm scale, rather than hitting a peak a 1,000 or so rpm early then dropping off....

Hello. Im not really good with cars. But i want to modify my neon.. i want to make it go faster.. what are the important parts that i would need to purchase. i have a 2001 plymouth neon...

very economical fuelwise, being built from the Neon platform. And will offset the 360 V8 used in the Ram, Dakota, and Durango. Thus, after January 2nd, Ram production will be MY2001. (Remember, th...

as good as any car I've had (including a 98 neon sport, and 90 beretta GTZ) For around town driving, 0-45 MPH, it is just killer. It's so easy to launch and just go with that incredible low end torqu...

4-disc in-dash (Dodge) - The Caravan, Neon, Intrepid, and others have a spot below the head unit for a dedicated in-dash changer, but the Dakota doesn't. No good way to mount it either, as it's face-...

My soon to arrive quad (early next week at the latest) is a 2001 flame red 4x2. I got a 4.7/5-speed with the sport plus group, T&H, LSD, Overhead Conv. package and a sliding read window for just a...
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