I have a 95 sohc neon that mysteriously blew coolant out from under it and lost all power and cranks but won't start... Is it possible that I blew my pump and it jumped time or is it a bent valve...

Asked by Domalan Dec 05, 2015 at 03:44 AM about the 1995 Dodge Neon Sport Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I'm trying to understand what is up
with out having to put money that I
don't have into tearing into it when it
may not be the problem...

2 Answers

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Do a compression test on the motor. Could be a blown head gasket. The compression test would show 1 or 2 cylinders with low compression.

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153,535

Jumping time or timing belt breaking also would be a possibility for low compression. I would need to know what size motor you have in order to tell you if it is a interference engine or not.

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