Back of the trans, in the housing that the passenger axle goes into.
Remove the back seat with a number 55T torque screw socket and then you can slide out the back panel to get to the speakers.
you open the trunk and pull back the liner you will see a few blots remove the blots and the light should come right out.
back side of the engine, just a little above thebottom of the oil pan
It is the connection between the lower radiator hose and the water pump.
Remove cam gear, remove broken back cover, replace back cover, replace timing belt.
It is on the back of the block, above the oil pan and left of the exhaust.
If you use a towel or rag to get behind the crank and run it back it forth it will pop the clip lose so you can remove it.
On the back of the engine.On the back of the engine.
remove wheel , remove brake calaper, take off pads, push caliper piston back with a C clamp , reistall in reverse order.
ON back of oil Pan.
You have to remove the whole lense assembly. There are 3 nuts on the back, and 1 bolt on the top.
The starter, on your 1998 Dodge neon, is located near the bottom, back, left side of the engine. You can follow the battery cable from the battery to the starter.
Remove the bolts.
The transmission dipstick on a Dodge Neon is far back in the engine compartment. It is on the driver's side of the motor and is usually a bright color, so that it can be found easily.
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.
on my 98 neon i just had to pry up the back cover..it's not held down with anything
Yes a lack of back pressure can cause the oxygen sensors to read improperly, which would turn the check engine light on.
When the 97 dodge neon doesn't start. This however is contrary to most cars that when the starter went out, it comes back with multiple females for a 3 some.
Back of the block, to the left of the exhaust pipe.
Back of the engine, just behind the oil pan.
It screws into the front of the transmission.
Maybe you should ask at the Dodge forum.
Front wheel drive.