Bad fan motor? supply 12V hot to see if it works - if not bad fan motor Bad relay? Bad sensor?
Check to see that all other lights work on the neon. Check for a headlight fuses, relay, and a bad switch. Check for any loose wiring that can cause power loss to the headlight.
it doesn't work!!
yes, it has been done many times, i currently have the 3.55 final neon tranny installed. stock is 3.50, the gearing is slightly taller in all gears as well.
Yes, along with switch, wiring, relay, motor,
no a 2001 dodge neon motor will not work in a 2000 neon
i would have to bet on the speed sensor
fuse, swich, cut wire or the flasher could be out. iwould put my money on the flasher.
Bad dash light, or dimmer fuse. Or a bad dimmer switch itself
Yes . Some modification may be needed basically for fuel and air intake.
water in the wiring or a low battery
95 percent of the parts of your 2003 Plymouth Neon will work on the 2005 Plymouth Neon. Some of the interior parts will be different.
In a 1995-1998 the fuel tanks are the same, So yes you can interchange the tanks. while your at it you may as well change the fuel pump as well.
have you checked the fuses?
check the following; fuses, relays, regulator, window motor, off track, window switch. did not specify if it was manual or electric.
Bad ground at the bulb or sometimes just corrosion in the terminal.
When the horn on an older car does not work, there are usually one of two possible issues. The first is a blown fuse. The second is a short circuit or a break in the now brittle wiring.
If the car has recently had work on the engine or tranny, check the mounts for proper placement of the bolts. If not, it might be an alignment problem.
Neon light bulbs work by transmitting electricity through neon gas to produce light. Neon tetras are not electric, so neon is not the culprit of the fishes shimmer. The colors that you see on a neon tetra are a result of iridescence.
just go get a used head makes sure it is checked for warpage, leakes, craks ect, will save u alot of money. then u need a new head gasket.
Mix white and red.Then add a little blue. A tiny bit. Could work :)