The 2004 Dodge Neon SE comes with a cassette player, a tilt-adjustable steering wheel, and a rear split-fold seat. A CD-player and air-conditioning are optional features. The next trim level up, the SXT, includes power front windows, power locks, power mirrors, air-conditioning, and a CD player. The R/T and SRT-4 models have all of the aforementioned features, as well as upgraded instrumentation and in-car entertainment additions. The cabin is typical for a small compact sedan, seating four passengers comfortably. The front seats are bucket-style, and the upholstery choices are between premium cloth and optional leather.
The 2004 Dodge Neon is available in four different trim levels, all of which are four-door sedans. The trim levels are the base SE, the SXT, the R/T, and the SRT-4. The SE and SXT models are powered by a 2.0-liter, 132-horsepower (hp) engine, while the sportier R/T model has the same engine but with a higher output, capable of producing 150 hp. The SRT-4 has an even more powerful, turbocharged, 2.4-liter engine, capable of producing 215 hp. This engine can accelerate from zero to 60 mph in about six seconds, and has a top speed of 140-mph. Models come with either an automatic four-speed transmission or a manual five-speed transmission. This generation is a lot smoother and quieter than earlier models, but it's still not a particularly polished or refined car.
My 2004 dodge neon had a light come on for a fuse out. The next day when I went to start it it wouldn't start. So im guessing its a fuse problem since that's the light that came on. Which fuse do I n...
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