I owned a 1995 neon sc with manual transmission. You don't add transmission fluid like you would a automatic. In fact, the type of fluid my neon required, could only be obtained through the dealer.
ATF+4 transmission fluid.
Put a small hose in the dipstick tube, and suction out excess fluid.
A transmission fluid change is recommended every 100,000 miles on a Dodge Neon. The filter should also be replaced at this time for maximum longevity.
ATF for Automatic transmission.
A 1999 Dodge Neon uses ATF+4 Type 9602
There is a pan capacity and a system capacity. Your owner's manual will contain this information.
Transmission fluid cooler hoses.
Should be a filler plug at side of transmission
The same place you check the fluid level.
The speed sensor for a 1995 Neon is on the side of the transmission. It is mounted behind the vehicles exhaust.
The transmission fluid on a 2005 Dodge Neon is changed by placing a drain pan under the vehicle, removing the drain plug, and allowing the transmission to empty. The drain plug is installed, fluid added through the filler tube, and the level tested via the dipstick.
in an automatic tran it ran throught the radiator