Where is the engine management and ignition sensor on a 1999 plymouth voyager?
it is on the top of the steering colum
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.
The filter is located in the pump, on the gas tank.
4.5 quarts of any name brand 5w30.
With a socket set and a bit of time
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.
actually there is also a Plymouth neon as well as the dodge neon their pretty identical an the parts are the same
The thermostat on a 1995 Plymouth Neon is right behind the Radiator Cap.
There is no difference between the Dodge and Plymouth engines.
Battery temperature sensor above an acceptable range.
the spark plug gap for a 2000 dodge/plymouth neon is 0.035 the spark plug gap for a 2000 dodge/plymouth neon is 0.035
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.
A 1996 Plymouth Neon does not have a maf sensor.
I have a 1998 Plymouth Neon and it holds approx. 12.5 gallons.
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