A dodge neon does not have a heater valve. The inside temp is adjusted with an airflow control door inside the dash.
Inside the transmission, on the valve body.
the seal on the valve cover needs to be replaced. my 2000 neon had the same problem. I replaced the seals in the valve cover and it fixed the problem. The kit came with the seals for the spark plugs.
Your local Chrysler dealer would be the place to check.
If you are looking for a modulator valve, it does not have one. Dodge does not use them.
Attached to the valve cover is a hose on the driver side. Unscrew the nut closest to the valve cover and that is the PCV valve. It is a straight PCV valve, not the elbow shape you may be looking for.
no a 2001 dodge neon motor will not work in a 2000 neon
If the light is on, it will need checked and diagnosed.
Doesn't exist on an 02 neon
I would say yes, in fact the engine you are removing SHOULD have one since it is a 2000, the wiring harness should already have the connector attached.
There is no valve, it is probably clogged up.
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The 2000 Dodge Neon is a OBD 2 port
Screws into the valve cover.
No it will not the 2000 neon was a totally new design for the body and it won't line up correctly you need a bodykit for a 2000-2003 neon to fit best.
neon clothing was invented in 2000
Where is the oil sending unit on a 2000 dodge neon?
A 2000 Dodge Neon does not have a maf sensor.
the spark plug gap for a 2000 dodge/plymouth neon is 0.035 the spark plug gap for a 2000 dodge/plymouth neon is 0.035
The EGR valve on a Dodge Neon is located on the intake manifold. You will find the EGR valve by removing the air intake plenum, the air filter, the air filter housing, and flex hose that leads from the housing to the throttle valve.
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The PCV valve on the 2004 Dodge Neon is located on the driver's side of the valve cover. It is a black plastic that matches the plastic of the valve cover. Just look for the hose that leads out of it into the intake manifold. It is easily removed by unscrewing it.
i know that the torque converter clutch selenoid is inside the trans attached to the valve body. You have to drop the pan and pull the valve body to get it off.
sohc or dohc?