i just had mine done for 500 at firestone hope that helps
You can do that by replacing the tensioner
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.
Its probably too loose, they stretch out over time. If replacing the belt doesn't work then try replacing the tensioner.
A Dodge Durango does not have a timing belt. It has timing chain. If the timing cover chain gasket is leaking it is normal to change it while changing the water pump.
Drain the radiator. disconnect the top radiator hose from the engine. Remove the water inlet that the hose was hooked to. The thermostat is in the housing. Replace the gasket when replacing the thermostat.
The diagram for a 2000 Stratus water pump and cooling system is in the Dodge Stratus service manual. The manual can be purchased through most auto parts.
It's recommended to do when you are replacing the timing belt.
There isn't a water control valve.
Failed radiator transmission cooler.
NO The 2000 dodge rims are alittle big than the 1986 .
No, but unhook the battery and wait 15 minutes to let the system power down.
Heater Core is the likely culprit
Inside the front of the engine, driven by the timing belt.
No, a 2000 Dodge Durango is not equipped with a PTO.
bolt size on 2000 dodge stratus alternator
I place them under the suspension cradle (the large metal framework).
Where is the oil sending unit on a 2000 dodge neon?
A 2000 Dodge Neon does not have a maf sensor.
2000 dodge stratus is electronicly timed you can not time it.
A 2000 Dodge Stratus has four engine mounts.
A 2000 Dodge Ram does not have a cabin filter.