Left hand side near the firewall there should be a dip stick pull it out while it's running and in PARK, check it then put in what you need where the dipstick came out. you'll need a special transfluid funnel you can get at an auto parts dealer. Don't put to much in. Check your dipstick as you do it.
About 9 quarts if completely empty.
Approx 5Approx 5
Automatic dry fill is about 9 quarts.
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.
The thermostat on a 1995 Plymouth Neon is right behind the Radiator Cap.
5w30 engine oil, Mopar ATF+4 trans fluid.
All automatic transmissions fill through the dipstick tube.
ATF+4 transmission fluid.
Put a small hose in the dipstick tube, and suction out excess fluid.
You add it at the same place you check it, unless it is a sealed for life unit.
There is a pan capacity and a system capacity. Your owner's manual will contain this information.
5 quarts for the auto transmission. However, if you have a high mileage transmission, +75,000 miles, then use an additive such as Lucas in place of a quart. Ixnayer
ATF for Automatic transmission.
Basic neon tire size is P185/65/14
That information is unavailable until the 1995 Neon. I hope you didn't buy a 1984 Neon .
A 1998 Neon uses DOT 3
transmission/ transfer case
down the transmission dipstick tube
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.
The system uses regular power steering fluid.