1. Engine Coolant temp sensor 2. Throttle Position sensor 3. Intake air temp sensor (IAT) 4. Manifold Absolute pressure sensor (MAP) 5. Knock sensor 6. Vehicle Speed sensor 7. Crankshaft Position sensor 8. Camshaft Position sensor 9. 02 sensor upstream 10. 02 sensor downstream 11. Vapor canister Leak detector These are only in the engine compartment. All that I could find in the wiring diagram. 11 just for the engine by my count, but I could have missed a couple.
The thermostat on a 1995 Plymouth Neon is right behind the Radiator Cap.
A Plymouth Neon has one catalytic converter.
Basic neon tire size is P185/65/14
That information is unavailable until the 1995 Neon. I hope you didn't buy a 1984 Neon .
Check plugs and wires
5w30 or 10w30
I have a 1998 Plymouth Neon and it holds approx. 12.5 gallons.
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.
Any name brand 10w30 or 5w30
It does not have a MAF sensor.
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.
About 9 quarts if completely empty.
Inside the front of the engine, driven by the timing belt.
If the same year range (1995-2000 or 2001-2005) yes. They are the same car.
There are several sensors on a 1995 Neon. The water temp sensor, crank shaft position sensor, and oil temp sensor are all mounted at various places on the engine block.
It has either . jumped timing
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.