it's located behind the timing belt on DOHC engines, and more than likely the same on SOHC engines.if you're a novice, DO NOT ATTEMPT. there will not be much room to work in. REMEMBER TO DRAIN THE COOLING SYSTEM FIRST!! This process can take a long time so plan to do it when you have at least 6 hours or more1 support the engine2 remove motor mount at timing belt cover3 remove cover4 you will need to remove the timing belt and tensioner(you will need to compress the tensioner with a vice before reinstall) there is a small hole in the side of the tensioner so that you may place an Allen wrench through it to hold the tensioner in a compressed position. Also, this would be a good time to install a new timing belt.5 remove and replace your water pump.6 reinstall the tensioner, then belt7 finish the reinstallation process
that was the down and dirty version, if you need better instructions, i suggest buying a Haynes Manual.
With a socket set and a bit of time
replace your radiator cap...
Where is the engine management and ignition sensor on a 1999 plymouth voyager?
it is on the top of the steering colum
are there 2 bolt ot 3 bolt on a starter on 1998 neon
you must remove the fuel tank to replace the pump.
Located in the fuel tank.
Replacing the water pump on the 2000 Neon is a parallel to the explaination of replacing the timing belt which I have posted an answer for. If you have over 100,000 miles on the car, look at replacing the timing belt as well.
The Chrysler/Plymouth Neon is physically the same as the Dodge Neon, since Chrysler, Plymouth, and Dodge were all the same company when the Neon was released.
replace the clock spring
The filter is located in the pump, on the gas tank.
only if you have an SOHC motor
The water pump is timing belt driven. You should buy or borrow a service manual, as this is a very intensive repair.
behind the timing belt.
drop the gas tank, filter is on top of tank
4.5 quarts of any name brand 5w30.
Adjust the tie rod ends, or take it for an alignment
A Plymouth Neon has one catalytic converter.
The most simple explaination is that there is no real difference. Plymouth was the original company that both Dodge and Chrysler grew out of offically in 2001. The 2001 Plymouth Neon was the last car the Plymouth produced so really there is not many differences at all between a 2001 Plymouth Neon and a 2002 Dodge Neon.
Yes! The Neon is actually manufactured by Chrysler and is known in most countries as the Chrysler Neon. Chrysler owns both Dodge and Plymouth as well and so the car is often called the Dodge Neon or Plymouth Neon in North America.