Front brakes are relatively easy to change I just did my 1998 Neon this past Sunday. I don't know if this is according to the manual, but it worked for me.
Make sure you have the tools and equipment you need before you start.
Jack Jack Stand(s) 10 mm socket New brake pads Brake Fluid
Jack the car up and put it on jack stands making sure the car is stable and remove the tire.
On the inside of the calipers toward there are two bolts (upper & lower). Remove those bolts with a 10mm socket and put them aside. A little wiggling and the caliper should slip off the rotor. I found it best to remove the outside pad first and then remove the inside pad. Once the pads are removed you will need to compress the caliper. I have seen various tools used to do this job but the two that have worked best are the Vise Grip C-Clamps or the padded pistol grip wood clamps. The trick here is to go slow. Once the caliper is compressed, fit the new pads into the caliper, replace the caliper on the rotor making sure the caliper fits and the bolt holes are lined up and replace the bolts.
At this point, I start the car and press the brake pedal to be sure things seat properly and that all is tight. Replace the wheel and do the other side.
just a reminder - clean the piston before compressing. If they are rusted or dirty when push back in, they can damage the seal and leak fluid later.
It is a good idea to use break lubricant on all METAL parts that touch each other, making sure that you do not get any on the pads themselves or the rotor. This will cause less break noise. It usually comes in the box with the new pads in a little packet. also you should use break cleaner to clean up any dirt, dust, or grease that may be on the rotor, caliper, and surrounding area- after your remove the old pads, and after everything is assembled together.
I found this Article with photos and step by step instructions, very helpful:
A Dodge Neon use DOT3 brake fluid.
wd-40 and a hammer
Haynes repair manual, Dodge Neon 2000 thru 2003. Book #30036
Frozen brake caliper
The timing is computer controled and not adjustable
A Dodge Neon does not have any such part.;
dot 3 brake fulid
You can access the middle brake light from the inside of your 2000 Dodge Neon cargo compartment. Remove the brake light wiring harness. Remove the brake light retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new brake light.
how to change front brake pads on a 2003 neon
No, they are different
I used this book and I change my pads in 45min. Haynes repair manual, Dodge Neon 2000 thru 2003. Book #30036
Honestly, unless you have some kind of foreign object(s) floating in your fluid, you shouldn't... you'll have quite a time trying to bleed all of the air out if you do.
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You can access the brake light assembly from the cargo compartment of your 1998 Dodge Neon. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the brake light. Remove the brake light retaining bolts. The brake light will come out. Reverse the process to install your new brake light.
yes it will any of them from 95 model to a 99
the transaxle is located to the right, slightly below and attached to the engine on a dodge neon
The Neon doesn't have a reset button.
You might need new brake pads or rotors depending upon how worn down your brakes are. I have a 2003 Dodge Neon SXT and I had the front brake pads replaced for $140.
Because you pushed the brake. I think you need to rephrase your question.
The brake light switch, on a Dodge neon, can be found under the dashboard just below the steering column. The brake light switch just unplugs. Unplug the switch and replace with a new one.
Look on the top of the reservoir cap. There you will find what kind you need, more than likely you use Dot 3 type brake fluid.
The starting motor for a 1996 Neon is on the side of the engine block. The starter is at the rear at the transmission.