Low trans fluid or bad transm.
It's most likely the reverse/neutral safety switch located on your transmission
Light is what causes light pollution. Neon by itself won't do a thing unless used in a lit neon sign.
Neon is a monatomic gas, it dissovles slightly in water but causes no change to the pH as it is completely inert.
Neon itself is a gas, and is not shiny. However, when it is condensed, and an electronic current is passed through it, the electrons in the atoms of Neon react to the energy. This causes the Neon to glow a vivid red colour.
i cannot shift from 3 to reverse my cable line for the shifting is disconnected and don't know where it suppose to go
It will be located on the transmission.
a vacume tube and electricity.
First check the linkage for the 2000 Dodge Neon transmission to make sure that it is fully going into reverse. If it is, then the transmission needs to be taken out and pulled apart to see what internal parts have failed, and how to fix it.
replace your radiator cap...
lack of coolant, check for leaks.
It is on top of the transmission next to the shift cables. The switch should be hot while in reverse.
neon is a natural substance that is modified by man to glow. Neon is an "inert" gas which does not form any compounds. It is tenth in the periodic table. Neon means "new". It is used (at low pressure) in gas discharge lamps where an electric current through the gas causes it to glow red.
Neon gas is not toxic at normal temperature and pressure. However, neon is a simple asphyxiant. Simple asphyxiants can displace oxygen in the air, especially in a confined space. The lack of oxygen then causes the victim to suffocate. Air normally contains approximately 0.0018% (18 ppm) neon and 20.9% oxygen.
Neon yellow urine can be caused by taking B-vitamin supplements (including energy drinks such as Red Bull which contain B-vitamins).
Fluorescence causes the light in neon signs. The following is a simple explanation of fluorescence using quantum theory. Electricity excites the electrons around the neon nucleus, causing them to rise to a higher energy level. When the electron falls to its original energy level, the energy it absorbed is released as light. Because the energy levels in neon are the right distance apart, the energy released is of the right frequency to be seen by the human eye.
More than likely you will need to replace the backup light switch on the transmission case.
An electrical current is pushed through a tube full of one of the noble gasses(we periodic table of elements) and it causes the gas to glow.
Neon-20 and neon-22 are isotopes of neon.
The transmission is messed up, try playing between neutral/reverse and drive, my old Hyundai excel did that and the transmission did a weird sound then went back OK, but not for long. Recommended to change it.
A large intake manifold leak. Check the boot at the throttle body.
It is most likely the shift cable bushings. The dealership only sells the cable assembly which is a little over $200. You can by stiffer, more durable urathane bushings for around $20 from JcWhitney. They are really easy to install.
disconnect the brake hose then remove the 2 10mm bolts and its off install in reverse and bleed the line
Your drive shaft probably snapped in a pivot you'll have to take it off and look at it that happens on derby cars alot..
Neon is neon! and neon is weird! There ya goo