It's Either an MP6 or an MP7 An Identification code is stamped on top of trasaxle case.
If by "motor", you mean "engine", then yes: as long as it is the same engine: SOHC* automatic transmission with SOHC automatic transmission; DOHC** automatic transmission with DOHC automatic transmission; SOHC manual transmission with SOHC manual transmission. Make sure all the fittings and connections line up. All Neons 1995 to 1999 are 2.0 liter 4-cylinder engines. *Single OverHead Camshaft **Dual OverHead Camshaft
It depends on the motor and speed of your transmission -- SOHC or DOHC. The DOHC (Canadian built) was put into 47% of the 2000 Dodge Neons during their second generation line. This means they are not like the SOHC models. Second, most had the 3-speed automatic transmission, some did come with a manual transmission.Whether you have a newer model 4-speed or older 3-speed automatic impacts whether you will have these sensors or not. ALL 2000 Dodge Neons had the 3-speed automatic (as far as I can tell).Complete computer control of the Dodge Neon automatic transmission began with the 2002 model and the 4 speed automatic transmission which definitely uses these sensors.AGAIN, the 3-speed automatic transmissions found on the DOHC apparently do not have the same type of sensors as the 4 speed automatic on later built models.The closest you can come to finding a manual for the 2000 Dodge Neon is with the 1999 manual as it is the only one that has the DOHC motor.
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