Is the air con switched on? If not you are looking at faulty fan switch or wiring.
Yes, a Dodge Neon has a coolant temperature sensor.
its still a neon is your 1st problem
Atmospheric gas, separated by fractionated cooling and pressurising.
Have you checked the coolant levels or the cooling fan?
They run on 12 volts.
Usually a gas at room temperature. Cooling can turn it into a liquid.
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.
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.
Its normal state is a gas but cooling it turns it into a liquid then into a cryogenic refrigerent.