You have to replace it from under the car. If you don't have a hoist, or at least GOOD quality jack stands, don't attempt this yourself. Take it to a shop.
nthow to change the beltson the dodge neon
The alternator belt on a 1998 Dodge Neon is adjusted by loosening the retaining bolts and applying pressure to the side of the alternator with a pry bar. With the belt tight, the alternator can then be bolted down.
its built into the alternator,cheaper to buy new or rebuilt alternator The engine computer is the voltage regulator.
A 1998 Dodge Neon uses green antifreeze.
The lifters in a Dodge Neon are not adjustable.
No it will not fit.
No. The engine computer is the voltage regulator on a Dodge Neon.
did you try removing the alternator first? no i didn't try to remove the alternator first
New one and job done,around $400.00 us dollars
Where is the low-side port located on a 1998 dodge neon?
The alternator is not adjustable. The computer controls the voltage output.
There is no such part number because there is no such thing as a 1993 Dodge Neon. The Dodge Neon was introduced in the 1995 model year.
yes but you must also change the fans !
The engine is dropped out of the bottom on a Dodge Neon.
A Dodge Neon uses many different fuses.
its on the passenger side of the vehicle where the drive belts are. If you shine a light down the rear of the engine you will see it at the bottom.
not much besides badging and sorts. the Plymouth neon "sport" model is called the expresso, while the dodge neon sport model is the "sport."
This relay is located underneath the hood inside the relay control center in 1998 Dodge Neon.
Underneath the batter tray on the car frame for my 1998 Dodge Neon.
The Kelly Blue Book value of a 1998 Dodge Neon is on average between $2,200 and $2,700. This can change depending on several factors. The most notable ones being the cars physical condition and mileage.
Check your alternator belt, it maybe loose or your alternator is freezing up
You can't. Dodge doesn't have torque converter drain plugs. You have to have the trans flushed to completely change the oil in it.