Yes, a Dodge Neon has a coolant temperature sensor.
its still a neon is your 1st problem
Have you checked the coolant levels or the cooling fan?
Atmospheric gas, separated by fractionated cooling and pressurising.
neon is a liquid at room temperatureneon is a liquid at room temperatureThis first answer is wrong, neon is a GAS at room temperature, NOT a liquid.
Usually a gas at room temperature. Cooling can turn it into a liquid.
They run on 12 volts.
you spelled element wrong...:)
A 2000 Dodge Neon requires 24 ounces of refrigerate to properly cool the cabin. Overcharging the system will result in poor cooling capabilities and may also lead to cooling system failure.
If the engine is overheating or when you service the cooling system and change the antifreeze.
yes right answerno wrong anwser
Neon is a gas found in the air. When air is cooled to the point where nitrogen becomes liquid, other gasses such as oxygen, argon, and neon, also become liquid. So neon is produced in as a byproduct of making liquid nitrogen for cooling and oxygen for the oxygen reduction process of making steel.
Could be wrong but the neon didn't come out til '94-'95.
Neon is isolated from this cold, gaseous mixture by bringing it into contact with activated charcoal, which adsorbs the neon and hydrogen; removal of hydrogen is effected by adding enough oxygen to convert it all to water, which, along with any surplus oxygen, condenses upon cooling.
The electric cooling fan on a 97 Dodge Neon turns the blades in a clockwise rotation. This pulls air through the radiator and across the engine.
drivers side fire wall under battery.
It is actually mounted to the lower radiator support.
What is a 98 neon sports?
According to the Haynes Manual for the 2000-2003 Neon, the Cooling System, which includes the Heater and Cooler Reservoir is 6.5 Quarts (6.2 Liters).
the coil is bad
Cooling fans? should be behind the radiator Heater fan - should be against firewall on passenger side
the AC needs to be recovered and placed back into the system. there is not enough pressure in it to cool
There is a small list of reasons. 1) There could be a disconnected somewhere between the thermstat and the fan; 2) a fuse may have blown out; 3) the cooling fan's motor may have a short