2004 Dodge Neon Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2004 Dodge Neon

2004 Dodge Neon Problems

Flooding in trunk and floor boards

The trunk seems to fill with water when it rains or you wash ir, then runs under the back seat and floods the floor boards, front and back, this causes mold, mildew and rust, not to mention oder. the problem is water leaks in around the tail light seals and bolts also around the seal of the trunk. Chrysler is aware of this problem but no recalls and they wont correct it. It is a manufactureers defect. a little silicone around the tail light s...

Maladjusted door jamb switches may cause problems with interior lights
The interior lights may stay on or flicker intermittently if the door jamb switches are out of adjustment. The switches may require replacement because they are self-adjusting.
Ignition key difficult to remove on models with tilt steering wheel
The ignition key may become difficult to remove on models with a tilt steering wheel. Make sure the gear shift lever is in "Park" and sometimes placing the steering wheel in the lowest position helps with key removal. The shift interlock cable, that connects the shifter to the steering column, may need adjustment.

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2004 Dodge Neon Questions

Th re spark plug out of tube (1 answer)

The plug was tight but, the boot kept jumping up and down slightly. I'm sure the jumping was due to a compression leak but, I'm not a certified tech so when the #1 plug blew slap out of the head and tube. No it is not in the cylinder it is just gone....what I need to know is where to star...

04 dodge neon sxt blew out the #1 spark plug all together where do I start? (1 answer)

I went around a corner hit the gas and heard a loud bang when I got back to pop the hood and the spark plug was just going to boot me laying on top of my valve cover where do I start what do I replace

shop told me i had to have oil pan replaced. said was aluminum threads stretched (2 answers)

said that aluminum pan was temporary and that the threads will stretch. Is this true?

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