I have a squeeking sound, but the belts look ok?
It is also "chugging" like it is running out of gas, but it has gas
The first generation Neon was introduced in January 1994 and manufactured until August 1999. It was available as a four-door notchback sedan and a two-door notchback coupe.
Conway, I'd start with replacing the belt. If that will not resolve the issue, you need to either change the alternator bearing (if you have never taken one of those apart, it might be best to replace it with a rebuilt one. Going to cost you about $100 for replacement. Also, check to make sure your belt tensioner is not running on a bad bearing. A unscientific way of determining where the squeak might come from is by spraying a bit of water on the puller shaft while the engine is running (BE CAREFUL WITH THAT AND KEEP YOUR HANDS OUT OF HARMS WAY)Usually the squeak will decrease for a short time after you spray some water on those. Of course, do one at the time. I would most certainly replace the power steering pump. A bit of a PITA but most certainly will make your life easier. As for your O2 sensors, keep in mind that you have two, an upstream and a downstream one. I would suggest you go to a place like Autozone etc. and have them hook up your Neon to an analyzer to narrow it down. As for your seized caliper, I would as well go with a rebuilt one. Going for around $50 but most certainly a wise investment. Sounds like you have a lot going on with your Neon. they are good vehicles and I would try to start of with the most pressing issues. My order would be Brakes, Steering, Engine.......Hope this helps, good luck.
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