Could be several things, amigo.
1. Does your alarm horn still work?
2. Have you been in a front-end accident or flood or even hard rain?
- Check fuses. One first gen Neons there are fuses in the driver side
dash up by the steering wheel in between the door and the dash. There
are also fuses under the hood. THAT is where your hood relay is
- Check your hood relay. A multimeter might work somehow. I'm not an
electrician but I've heard (verify this) if you hook jumper cables up
and then test the horn and it works you know its your relay.
- Check the horn wires... should be either attached to the firewall
or the front bumper. MAKE SURE to press the horn in when you volt-test
==One of those three are likely to be your problem. However,=
- There's also a slight possibility, I'd suppose, that the contacts in
your steering wheel have become worn, gone bad, or something else. Get
a Hayne's Manual from your local parts store or Dodge Dealership and if
you have the cajones take the steering wheel off via the instructions
in the manual.
- My local Dodge Dealer Parts Dept is also very helpful - if I tell
them the problem they really do help me troubleshoot it witout trying
to sell me much useless parts (so you might try your dealer's parts
dept, too - but be careful).