I found out that my Dodge Neon 2002 VIN 1B3ES56C82D565043 has no rear stabilizing bar. is it possible?

Asked by Vlad Sep 13, 2007 at 10:15 AM about the 2002 Dodge Neon ES Sedan FWD

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Dodge Neon 2002 SE VIN 1B3ES56C82D565043

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It is quite possible. I believe some of the Neons were a sport package that had extra stability components, like the Neon SRT-4s you sometimes see. Call any Dodge/Chrysler dealer with that VIN and they will be able to tell you how your vehicle was originally optioned from the factory. Ask them to pull the information up on DealerConnect.

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