Chrysler Neon P0102: MAF Sensor – Circuit Low

P0102 is a very common trouble code with the Chrysler Neon. It means the the Mass Air Flow (MAF) circuit is low, and that it is not performing within its specified operating range. We will cover exactly what that means and potential fixes for it below. It should be considered a high priority to fix, … Read more

Chrysler Neon P0101 Diagnosis: MAF Sensor

With the Chrysler Neon, P0101 means the the Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor has a Range/Performance problem. We will cover exactly what that means and potential fixes for it below. It should be considered a high priority to fix, as the MAF sensor not reading properly can really make an impact on the performance of … Read more

Chrysler Neon P0172: Fuel System Rich – Bank 1

A common trouble code with the Chrysler Neon is P0172. This code number references a number that is given to you when you plug your car into a OBDII scanner. It’s not the most complicated OBDII trouble code to diagnose. It is also one of the most common. It means that the motor is running … Read more

Chrysler Neon P0113: IAT Sensor → High Input Problem

P0113 is an OBDII trouble code that occurs when the Chrysler Neon’s engine management computer detects that there is an issue with the Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor, specifically that there is a High Input Problem with it. P0113: IAT Sensor – High Input Problem The IAT sensor is responsible for measuring the air temperature … Read more

Chrysler Neon P0128: Coolant Thermostat – Below Temp

P0128 is a relatively common OBDII trouble code. It is triggered when your Chrysler Neon‘s coolant temperature fails to reach the proper operating temperature. It’s a generic powertrain code, which means that regardless of who manufactured the vehicle, it’ll have the same meaning (1996+).   Neon P0128 Symptoms There aren’t many symptoms with P0128, unless … Read more

Chrysler Neon P0171 OBDII Trouble Code Diagnosis

One of the most common trouble codes with the Chrysler Neon is the P0171 code. This code number references a number that is given to you when you plug your car into a OBDII scanner. It’s not the most complicated OBDII trouble code to diagnose. It is also one of the most common.   P0171: … Read more