Tech Thread Spotlight: Why doesn’t my 1st gen Neon gauge cluster work?
The 1st generation Dodge Neon was an awesome little car and it has become a popular choice on the used car market for those looking for a very inexpensive daily driver or a weekend track toy. Unfortunately, these cars are getting a little long in the tooth and as vehicles get older, more common issues […] More »
While the number of Dodge Neon SRT4 sedans on the road today has sadly diminished since the model was killed off after 2005, these turbocharged compacts continue to be highly sought after among the Mopar and sport compact performance world. Today’s Cool Thread feature looks at blacksunshine05’s thread in the Member’s Ride section that includes […] More »
Swapping an engine can be a daunting task for someone with little mechanical experience but for those more experienced shade tree mechanics who have worked their way through jobs like replacing external engine components, swapping from a single over head camshaft (SOHC) engine to a dual over head camshaft (DOHC) engine can pay big dividends […] More »
The Dodge Neon was introduced for the 1995 model year production lasted for 10 years before the popular compact was axed in 2005. With these cars flooding the used car market and quickly becoming a favorite of a car shopper looking for something inexpensive, efficient and reliable, many potential buyers find themselves looking at Neons […] More »
The 2nd generation Dodge Neon was a big seller and while those with better insurance rates and deeper pockets could opt for the high performance Neon SRT4 – a great many buyers went with the less expensive non-SRT models. As so many of these sporty sedans have ended up in the used car market, more […] More »