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Where is the backup light switch on a 1997 Dodge Neon?


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2005-10-17 19:24:17
2005-10-17 19:24:17

It's mounted on the front drivers side of the transmission. If you are looking from underneath the car, it is between the transmission and the radiator, it will have 3 wires extending from a rubber boot. There is a rigid hose directly in front of it. You will need a 1" box end wrench to remove it and replace it, as the rigid hose makes using a socket on it very difficult if not impossible to do.


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