Syked ECU, 97-99 Neon 2.0L SOHC / DOHC (Automatic Trans)

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Model Number: 221296-9799DOHCATX

Introducing the Syked ECU for 97-99 Neons equipped with automatic transmissions!

Years ago, the Mopar ECU was the only option for 95-99 Neon owners who wanted to increase their Neon's performance. It was then discontinued by Mopar around 2010. Furthermore, Mopar never offered an ECU for automatic Neon owners!

Fast forward a few years, and there has been no option for Neon owners, but Kevin at Syked ECU's has released a flash for ECUs that has a similar increase in power and torque compared to the old Mopar ECUs.

These are OEM ECUs that have been flashed with the coding, and have the following benefits:

  • Gain 7-10 hp peak at the wheels, or even more if your car is highly modified.
  • Increased rev limiter to 7800 RPM
  • Improved fuel maps that take advantage of 93 octane gas with more timing
  • Improved throttle response, more horsepower and torque
  • No Purge System Monitoring
  • No EGR Valve Monitoring
  • No Speed Limiter

Designed for off road use only.

This item is purchased outright. You do not need to return your ECU for credit.

Note: This ECU can also be used with 2.4L Swapped Neons, but must be repinned to do so.

We offer below an option for Connector Condition, what this means, is that we are offering ECU's with damaged electrical connectors for a discount. These ECU's are still perfectly functioning, however they are not in perfect condition. Please check out the last photo in the photo section to see an example of a broken connector ecu that we are offering for a discount.

Syked ECU, 97-99 Neon 2.0L SOHC / DOHC (Automatic Trans), Electronics: Store Name

Ask a Product Question

  • Andrew
    Just wanted to be sure this will work on my 1997 shock
    Neon with an ATX before purchasing. And I don't need to send
    my current ecu in right? Thanks!
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      Correct. Its designed for 96-99 Neons with automatic transmission.
  • adam
    Well this computer work on a dodge status? I run a oval track and hit the rev limiter. Well this computer plug and play in the status also?
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      This pcm could work in a Stratus, but we have never tried, and are not sure whats involved.
  • Anonymous
    Will this help get higher rpm.
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      Yes, one of the improvements this pcm has over the stock pcm is an increase in rev limiter. It allows a 7800 rpm peak limit.
  • Alex
    I plan on going forced induction with a SOHC 2.0L. Will the fuel map on this syked ECU support boost?
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      No. This is designed for normally aspirated use. Do not use this pcm with a turbo.
  • Chad Cushing
    If I order a syked ecu or send you mine for 98 neon instead of 7800 rev can I get it set at 7000 rpm rev limiter
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      We are not offering custom tunes. What is listed on this page is all that's available for the 97-99 Neon with Automatic transmission - 7800 rpm rev limiter.
  • taylor
    Are there supporting mods needed to use this pcm on my automatic Neon?
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      You can use this with a bone stock automatic Neon or with a bunch of mods. Nothing is required except premium fuel. You will however gain more power when you have additional mods (i.e., intake, header, underdrive pulley, exhaust, etc)
  • Jeff Henderson
    So I can totally delete the catalytic converter with this? Previous owner cut out and cut wire to sensor. I will be using on a circle track car. 97 sohc auto
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      The Syked ECU does not monitor the downstream o2 sensor, so you can remove the catalytic convertor for racing use, yes.
  • jackie cody burkett
    could this possibly work on a 01 Plymouth neon? i only ask because the ECU in my 01 looks the same with only the 2 plugs
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      If you needed to make this work, you could use a first gen Neon harness, along with a early 2000 style throttle body and this ecu in a 2001, but thats a lot of work. Its better to contact Syked ecu and get one of their computer flashes for the 2001.