A 1996 Neon uses the 3sp auto transmission.This transmission does NOT use an electronic control device.It has an internal govenor.
Where do you find the blower motor relay on a 1996 Plymouth Voyager?
biggest problem you might have is the head type. If the 99 head is a SOHC, and the 95 is DOHC, you will need a DOHC hood. I would try and find a newer motor if you can. There were alot of small changes that were made between 95 and 97 that would make this swap rather frustrating.Type your answer here...
Can you show me pictures on a dodge neon 1998 on how to remove and replace a front axle.
Try link below and scroll down about halfway through the pictures.
I cant find where they all plug in at please if someone can answer this quickly please do
There are two types of cams the Dodge Neon could have, the DOHC (Double OverHead Cam) and SOHC (Single OverHead Cam) for the 2.0L engine. A Google search or a call to Dodge is needed to find out for sure.
under the dash, behind the glove compartment
The engine computer is the voltage regulator.
trying to find out how to remove the door panel on a 2001 Plymouth neon.
i cant tell how to find out its a eci 3000
According to the service manual for the 99 neon (which is the same generation and the same engine) the gap should be set at 0.033 to 0.038.
Neon has no known allotropes that anyone can find but, keep trying to find out
Neon is an incredibly hard to find element. Neon was once used in old signs but has since been replaced.
some do, it depends on your vin. better way to find out is look on the sticker under the hood should have a motor spec. and it should say right there
Neon is a noble gas.It is in atmosphere.
Neon is an element, meaning it is not a mixture. Find Neon in the periodic table of elements.
Hey Jeremiah==Get a shop manual on your car at the local parts store or from MOTORLIT.COM. GoodluckJoe
Start the engine and use a can of WD40 to spray any suspected hose. When you hear the engine change RPMs, you have found a leak.
Have The Codes Downloaded From The Computer, Your Mechanic Will Probably Find One Or More Sensors Bad.
Yes without a doubt its actually a pretty common swap the best way to do it is find a junkyard car with the motor you want so you can take all the mounts the computer and harness bascially everying under the hood. take a look on neons.org in the forum for more help.
it depends. you can find lots of neon clothes at justice , but if you want accesories, try target.:)
The fuses are listed on the cover of the fuse box. If you need a schematic or wiring diagram you will probably have to buy a service/repair manual.
i have the same car. open the hood and look on the bottom of it there should be a picture of the wire routing on it. there is on mine