I am having trouble identifying somthing on my 96 dodge neon it seems to
have 2 hoses that are plugged of with big bolts just in a rigged type way
they are comming from the block right below the the intake manifold.
They are attached to a plastic box which is attached to the block. The box
has this number on it 4667957 62244 SAE PA6 4.
Anyone know what they are ? or why they are plugged up ?
I think these are making my car miss on hills and have a bad idle but I
It's putting random multiple cylinder misfire on hills sometimes on flat and
even on the highway I shifted into neutral it was still missing. If I rev it
alot in neutral it seems to clear up a for a while.
I changed the plugs,wires,coil,( timing belt ,water pump done by a garage)
(Head gasket me and my buddies did that one) had the head checked and
flattened out on all surfaces. Fuel filter Air filter, upper O2 sensor.
It seems to be getting worse when I bought the car it would seem like it was
lacking power just on highway when u floored it at about 70 or so it would
seem to struggle.
now it's basically missing in all speeds and gears. Seems to be more when it
heats up. I had a blown head gasket and when the car overheated it would
miss all the time now it's still doing this with everything fixed. I just
changed the fuel filter and that has made things worse ? ???
I am at a loss with this car please can someone help
You would have to start with the basics, I would check fuel pressure to
start. To me it sounds like a secondary ignition misfire. How long ago were
the wires replaced? are they of good quality? Any fault codes?
Sent: Monday, February 20, 2006 12:11 PM
Subject: Re: 1996 neon Hoses on block ?
The fuel pressure is supposed to be 48 PSI. Replace the pump Assembly. The
regulator is part of the pump. Recommend purchasing part from MOPAR.
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