about 3 quarts
There was no 1994 Neon.There was no 1994 Neon.
Yes it will quite easily, you have to swap intakes.
Go to Neons.org, 2nd Gen link. You will find the information there.
Manual trans YES...Auto, NO... 2005 has NGC (Next Generation Computer)... Find a 3.94 trans out of a 98-2001 R/T or ACR Neon... those are the best... 3.55 are decent, but geared for driving, and use of hydrolic clutch.
go to the dealership
118 stock with govner
go to installdr.com
go figure it out or get a life
be cause a neon is a crappy brand with lots of technical and motor problems
Any of them if it is automatic.
well i know that the normal neon came in an srt-4 package with the body of the srt-4 with the plain neon's parts but just to be sure i would go to my local dodge dealer and ask. Yes it defenitly does!
I have the same problem. The belt squals everytime you hit a puddle or when it rains. The best thing to do is go to a junk yard and pull one off if your lucky or go to a chrysler dodge dealer and they can order one but its costly.
it can go 2 mph
The best thing to do is go to auto zone and purchase a chilton manual on your neon I did and is very handy to have. Gives you step by step details on timing marks to water pump replacements everything is there
go to the court house and apply for a duplicate title
look on the panel. it shows which fuses should go in each spot.
The question you ask is too involved for a proper answer. You may want to go to a car parts store, or book store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.
In a 2005 Dodge Neon the sun roof may open but to close it, it won't go down and lock. If this happens, the motor may be shorting out. It is best to take the vehicle in to a certified mechanic.
Most definately. Tighten the cap and after a few driving cycles, the light will go off if that was the culprit.
Check for loose wire or loose ground
Look in the owners manual but I belive 10w 30.
it goes from the starter mounting bolt to the battery box.
Go to www.the12volt.com they will have your wire diagram for free.
buy a haynes or chilton manual, this is to involved to go into here