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2001 Dodge Neon Highline 4dr Sedan

2001 Dodge Neon
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Front Wheel Drive, 4 Door Sedan, Compact
27 mpg city / 33 mpg hwy
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March 11, 2012, 11:11 am

Dick C
 

Question: Dodge Neon Won't Turn Over

I have followed the Autozone DIY diagnostic procedures and everything checks out good. Relay works, starter and selonoid work and all wiring has continuity and is in good condition. Battery treminals are clean with a new charged battery. The diagnostic procedure states if all good then possibly PCM defective. I'm trying to understand if other ciruits could impact the PCM preventing it from functioning properly. Diagnostic procedure indicates that terminal 86 at starter relay is grounded by the PCM if conditions are right to start. I'm getting 12 volts rathers than ground and no power from terminal 87 to the starter selonoid. I've checked shifter for park nuetral switch and everything is OK.


March 13, 2012, 8:39 pm

Richard W
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It could be your ignition switch. I would test it. That could be why you have voltage where ground is suppose to be.


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