OEM Turbo System Components, 03-05 Neon SRT-4 / 03-07 PT Cruiser GT

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Model Number: 220229-

This listing is for the remaining available Turbo System Components for the 03-05 Neon SRT-4 & 03-07 PT Cruiser GT. Please note that while the majority of these items are OEM parts, several items have been discontinued by Mopar and we have done our best to source alternative parts.

Note: The oil feed line (item #4) originally used on the Neon SRT-4 has since been superseded by a newer design used on PT Cruiser turbo models. This newer design is not compatible with the original banjo bolt (item #1), but instead uses a threaded fitting (item #5). If you intend to replace your oil feed line, please be sure to also add the threaded fitting to your shopping cart.

As of late 2019, Mopar has discontinued both the upper and lower heat shields (items #11 & #12). We have limited quantities of the lower heat shield in stock, but the upper heat shield is now sold out.

$27.99
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  • John Hogan
    Does #9 come with the hose attached as well?
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      Yes, items come exactly as shown in the photo, #9 includes the hose exactly as shown.
  • Adrian
    Is #13 the coolant line behind the motor that goes to the turbo?
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      All of the lines on left side of photo are coolant. All of the lines on right side of photo are oil. The #13 is the coolant line on top of engine that is in between battery and valve cover. The #15 is the one that connects to the turbo, and connects to the the brass fitting that is in the block.
  • Steven Stockland
    I recently replaced the chra on my '03 PT GT, and nowhere did I see #1 on the diagram. Is this piece on certain years, kits, upgrades, etc?
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      The Neon SRT-4 uses #1 banjo bolt. The PT/GT use #5 oil feed fitting.
  • Anthony hall
    Is #3 required for #4 as well?
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      If you want to replace the oil feed line #4, you need to get part number 5 with it. Number 3 is the same as the factory one, you can replace it if you wish, but #5 MUST be bought with #4.
  • Oscar
    Hello, I'm doing a bws installation in my car and I want to replace all the oil and coolant lines as well, I will need to replace the gaskets, fittings and washers and banjo bolts, is there a kit complete for that.?
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      There is no kit, however we carry everything you have asked for. Search for part number 220229 in the search bar, and you'll find the turbo components part listing.
  • Patrick Sellers
    Does the #1 banjo bolt work on a stock srt4?
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      #1 is the OEM style banjo bolt that will work with the Neon SRT4 OEM oil feed line. Its no longer used with the new oil feed line, so you should only order/use #1 if you are reusing old OEM Neon SRT4 oil lines.
  • Ben Beach
    Does. #9 come with bolts as well? I was installing the drain tube back in after replacing the turbo and I failed to fully start one of them and it fell and I have absolutely no idea where it went. I've spent nearly 3 hrs looking. If not does anyone know the size?
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      #9 drain tube comes exactly as shown, no bolts. As of 2021 we have not offered the drain tube bolts.
  • Jordan
    I'm needing to replace #4, oil feed line for the stock turbo. Mine is a steel braided line, the one pictured looks like a hard line. Which one would be the correct type?
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      Like we mention on the product page - #4 oil feed line was discontinued by Mopar, and has been replaced with the PT Cruiser style hose. It will work fine on your Neon SRT-4, however you need to use the new #5 fitting with it. It will look different than the OEM Neon SRT-4 oil feed line, yes.
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