no a 2001 dodge neon motor will not work in a 2000 neon
Nearly all of the parts on a 2001 Dodge neon are interchangeable with the 2002 Dodge neon. The models are almost identical.
valves are not adjustable on a dodge neon.
Yes there is no difference in the two years 2001 was a carry over from 2001.
A Dodge Neon is port injected.
A 2001 Dodge Neon uses red, hoat type antifreeze.
no it will not the body style is different
Yes. A Dodge Neon uses R134a.
No, The neon was revamped in 2003, with updated engines and chassis changes. As a Chrysler mechanic, the 2000 dodge neon 2.4L DOHC is the best. That will fit in a 2001 also.
A person might be able to find a 2001 Dodge Neon in a locally owned used car lot. It is also possible to find websites that help you look nationally for that particular vehicle.
There is no difference between the Dodge and Plymouth engines.
A 2001 Neon has four fuel injectors.
The most simple explaination is that there is no real difference. Plymouth was the original company that both Dodge and Chrysler grew out of offically in 2001. The 2001 Plymouth Neon was the last car the Plymouth produced so really there is not many differences at all between a 2001 Plymouth Neon and a 2002 Dodge Neon.
Yes, there is a legend to the fuse panel of a 2001 Dodge Neon. It is found on the fuse panel cover, and in the owners manual.
can you by pass a safety neutral switch on a 2001 dodge neon
No, the years have to match.
Yes.....yes it does
In the fuel tank.
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