27 problems related to engine head gasket failure have been reported for the 1998 Dodge Neon. The most recently reported issues are listed below.
Without warning vehicle stalled, causing the driver to pull off the road. Consumer had the vehicle towed to the dealer, and mechanic determined that engine head gasket failed, causing the engine to malfunction.
Head gasket failure as well as other oil leaks on 98 Dodge Neon.
My 98 Neon has a failed head gasket contacted a local dealership and was told only original owner and under 70,000 miles was considered for assistance by Chrysler on repair. I was told to call back on Monday (I called on a Saturday) to speak with the service manager for more assistance on the matter. I was also given a quote for repair and even told by the parts person that they keep the gasket package in stock due to the known issue. The quote was $124 for the gasket package (parts) and $336 labor plus tax. I would like to know why Chrysler has not been required to issue a recall on this well known problem. Judy & jeremy ambrose dt.
Head gasket failed due to warping.
Head gasket was replaced at 35,000 miles; engine is leaking fluids again. Front struts were repaced under warranty; are broken again. I never got the first recall on anything. Are you folks even noticing the number of bad head gaskets.
The head gasket failed which caused the vehicle to stall, the dealer replaced the head gasket, however after 2103 miles the head gasket failed again. Ph. The transmission pan was leaking fluid and the wiper blades was replaced.
Vehicle expereincing a oil leakages due to a head gasket failure. Dealer notified, and informed consumer that vehicle was out of its warranty, and not covered under a mfr's recall. Feel free to provide any further details on this matter.
This car has been nothing but problems since day one. I have talked to other Neon owners who have also had to have the head gaskets replaced. I talked to two different mechanics who have said this ought to be recalled because of the number of problems.
Head gasket and oil pan gasket failures. Vehicle taken to an independent repair shop for repairs. Currently, a transmission rear gasket failure occurred, causing fluid leakage. Dealer was notified at this time. The dealer was unwilling to do repair because the vehicle had been at independent repair shop earlier.
Head gasket failure @ 65000 miles thats bogus.
Vehicle experiencing oil leakages. Taken to dealer, and informed that 2. 0l engine had a head gasket failure, and vehicle was out of its warranty. Not covered under manufacturer's recall.
Head gasket failure then head replaced because it was pitted.
Head gasket failure with very low mileage, seems to be a common problem with this vehicle from researching the internet.
Head cylinder gasket failure leaving only one quart of oil in engine ,oil light did not come on to warn us of low oil.
Oil light flickered and consumer noticed that vehicle was down 3 quarts of oil. Took to dealer, and they said it was a head gasket. Dealer replaced head gasket. In January it was still leaking in same spot.
Cylinder head gasket failure.
Dash gauges failed due to printed circuit board failure: head gasket failed and replaced by dealer with mls gasket: fuel pump failed replaced by dealer under warranty.
Head gasket failure at 40000 mi. Spring sleeves replaced at 500 mi, failed around 3000 mi.
Head gasket failure is defenitely a manufacturing flaw based on the references that I have learned of. There should be a recall on this car for this defect!.
Head gasket failed at 32,450 miles. Told by dealer that this happening to all of the Neons. Why isn't there a recall then.
Head gasket failed. Yh.
Engine head gasket failed, this is a common enough problem with the engines used in these cars that Chrysler has issued serveral tsbs on it. None of the failures to my knowledge have to date caused anything worse than overheating due to oil/coolant loss, but could potentially cause more serious damage if left unrepaired for any length of time.
Steering wheel and gasket failure.
Air conditioner compressor,engine piston head was dameged due to heat,catalytic converter replaced,and the first head gasket replaced all at 18500 miles. Recently replaced a third one at 44500 miles. That makes four in a year and a half! ecently replaced miles.
While driving without warning vehicle stalled out and died. Dealer replaced head gaskets. Please provide further information.
Engine head gasket failure at 57,000 miles. Factory changed gasket at ass'y plants in late 1998, however, mine was built in April 1998 with original faulty design. This design flaw is common and should trigger a recall.
Engine head gasket has been replaced twice and will need to be replaced again. First gasket replaced at 45, 000 miles, second gasket about 98,000. Vehicle currently has 132,000 miles.
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