Car will run fine with either..
I use Champ spark plugs, had very bad experience with Autolite plugs. (Kept blowing injectors)
Upon looking it up in Haynes Repair Manual for Neon, the Spark Plug Gap should be 0.035 inches and the range is 0.033 to 0.038 inches.
The Manual says the type is Champion RC 9YC or equivalent, I use Neon NGK V-Power plugs. I have heard that any brand Platinum type plugs are bad for the Neon.
RC9YC are the original Champion plugs and the gap is @ .35" . The answer regarding platimum plugs is accurate from personal experience. Replace with Champion RC9YC as stated in the previous post and as listed on the underside of the 2000 Neon hood. I upgraded to platimum plugs, the car ran rough upon initial throttle to the point where it stalled at lights and upon starting to move. Went back to new original plugs and the car immediately ran perfect.
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
There is no difference besides the badge on the car. I had a 2001 Plymouth neon and now have a 2002 dodge neon and the only difference between the 2 is the badges and the grill. and the grill changed with the 2002 model.
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.
No, the years have to match.
There is no difference between the Dodge and Plymouth engines.
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.
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.
If you are looking for a modulator valve, it does not have one. Dodge does not use them.
Usually this means you need rings
They're both the same, because Dodge and Plymouth are divisions off of Chrysler along with Jeep, and Mopar.
not much besides badging and sorts. the Plymouth neon "sport" model is called the expresso, while the dodge neon sport model is the "sport."
If the same year range (1995-2000 or 2001-2005) yes. They are the same car.
actually there is also a Plymouth neon as well as the dodge neon their pretty identical an the parts are the same
All Neon's were front wheel drive. Whether it be the Dodge or Plymouth.
Where is the oil sending unit on a 2000 dodge neon?
A 2000 Dodge Neon does not have a maf sensor.
Screwed in the head.
no a 2001 dodge neon motor will not work in a 2000 neon
Yes, they make a Plymouth Neon, Chrysler Neon, and a Dodge Neon. They are all mopar cars.
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yes the dodge neon have fuel injection
A Dodge Neon does not have a mass airflow sensor.
No it won't. The SRT-4, along with other 2003-2005 Dodge Neons have a different headlight mount assembly than 2000-2002 Dodge Neons. If it was 2003-2005 it would fit.
yes.different plugs on several sensors and the plugs going into the pdc and ecu.