First you have to take out the blinker/parking light to get to the fog light, each fog light has 4 screws around it (don't touch the one on the side that's gold) undue the 4 screws and pop it out, then you have the bulb exposed and you can replace it.
Hey Nick==Depending on what kind of car you have, some parts stores have manuals on your car. If they don't have one try MOTORLIT.COM. GoodluckJoe Libraries often have Chilton books for your model/make. More frequently they will have the big Pro books (Mitchell) and you can copy pages you need. One library I know (Boise, ID) subscribes to AllData online which has professional quality diagrams and instructions online. There is a lot of info on the net for certain cars, but you can't believe everything you read on here. The professional resources above are better, I find. An experienced mechanic is the best resource. good luck
Some causes could be fuel pump, fuel filter, faulty electronics, out of fuel. Unfortunately there are no simple answers, somebody will need to go through at least some of the basic diagnostic steps.
My wife had a dodge neon. There are two reasons for this. First it could be electrical. Second it could be a seized engine. If the neon is a newer one then it may be equipt with a low oil switch. In this case if you were burning oil or low then the engine would shut down. The switch prevents the car from restarting. If it is purely electrical then the only thing I could think of is that the alternator went. In this case the car would still drive for a while on the battery power. When the battery went low the car would stall and not start. If you have electricity when the car engine stopped it is not the alternator. I'd have the alternator and battery checked. A weak battery would also cause this. The battery would still work but would have a bad cell and not function properly. I would also check the fluid levels to make sure they are at their proper levels. If all of these check out then I would look at the ignition. There may be faulty or loose wiring. Check your plugs, cap and rotor if applicable. If none of these are your problems then you may have more serious engine problems like blown heads or broken valves. Could also be fuel injection or fuel pump. Gotta find out if you have power after the car dies. Can you crank the engine, but it doesn't turn over? And of course make sure you have gas.
everyone should have a shop manual for their vehicle, and the library should have a professional shop manual(wiring diagrams and more detailed info) available in the reference section for FREE....make copies of the right sections, and fix it like a PRO!! good luck Dave :)
First you back off the stud at the top of the alternator, than at the back of the alternator there is an adjuster tensioner bolt has to be loosened, then you need to loosen the power steering pump (3 bolts), then remove power steering belt, then remove alternator belt, then to install new belt do the same except in reverse order.... (found out the hard way.)
my 95 neon did the same thing check the ground wires in the trunk there are in the corners of the trunk next to the tail lights take them lose and sand the contact area.s that should fix your problem
There should be a bleeder located on/near the slave. Fill the master with brake fluid which is what the hydraulic clutch uses. Raise vehicle place on stands. Have an assistant pump the clutch pedal and after 4 pumps, hold to floor. At this time you loosen the bleeder screw to release air/fluid mix. Tighen screw and now the assistant can pump up system again and repeat the procedure 4-5 times; that should do it. Always keep the fluid in master full as it will go down fast. Good luck.
This is a problem with some Neons. There is a block of wires (controller/bus) where most of the dashboard wiring connects. This "block" of wiring overheats and shorts out. It is not an uncommon problem with Neons. Some times lifting the dashboard will "unshort" the block. You may want to try to put a heat sync on it or try some other cooling method ASAP as this problem tends to get worse as time goes on.
Not running on all cylinders? Bad harmonic balancer?
you more than likely need to change the unversal joints that are conected at both ends of the driveshaft. hope this helps
check your exaust system including headers,pipes,cat if still on and the muffler there is a possiablity that the muffler A. has been damaged and has a hole in it or B.it has a preformance muffler on it causing the annoying sound or C. the other parts have holes in them and are letting exsive sound pass out * it sounds as if a fart_can has been installed on it,take it to a muffler shop
Base model Dodge Neon (2005, manual) 15.8
Base Model Mitsubishi Lancer (2005, manual) 16.1
Depends on options, driver, weight ratio, conditions... I have had my stock 2005 neon in the mid 15's, but I have been racing for over 15 years. Take some weight off of it, make it quicker, performance mods will atually make the car slower unless you have about 30 grand to put in it... Buy an SRT-4
The stereo wire coding for 2000 is as follows. LF Speaker(-)= brown/red RF Speaker(-)= dk blue/red LR Speaker(+)= brown/yellow RR Speaker(+)= dk blue/white LF Speaker(+)= dk green RF Speaker(+)= violet LR Speaker(-)= brown/lt blue RR Speaker(-)= dk blue/orange Ground= black Headlamp IN= black/yellow Illumination= orange Fused IGN= red/white (or yellow/red) Fused B(+)= pink (or pink/lt blue) A couple of notes: When I put new speakers in my 2000 I noticed that some of the speakers used the same colors for the left and right of the car...for instance, the coding above lists the LF speaker as brown/red(-) and dk green(+); the RF speaker is listed as dk blue/red(-) and violet(+)...my car had brown/red(-) and dk green(+) wires on BOTH the LF and RF speakers. Polarities should be accurate either way, just use the coding listed above for whatever color wiring goes to your speakers. Also, if your car is equipped with tweeters in the dash the wiring for them will match that of the front speaker for the corresponding side of the vehicle. Hope this helps you........
6..5 in the doors and 6x9 in the back
If you lack experience and knowledge about general automotive brake repair I would suggest purchasing a shop repair manual for that vehicle and have a trusted mechanic assist you or at least inspect your work.
intake manifold leak. carefully spray gumout around the engine while its running where the intake manifold is attached. if there is a gasket leak the gumout will be sucked in and will make the idle smooth out for a few seconds. do this test quickly and spray as little as possible preferably on a "cold" engine.. you dont want any flash fires from hosing down a hot engine with solvent.
Need a 1996-1999 Wiring diagram for PCM for dodge neon
NO WELD YOUR OWN,.. USE FLAT STOCK BENT TO THE RIGHT ANGLE AND WELD THE END OF A WRENCH TO IT AND NOW YOU HAVE A SPECIAL TOOL FOR THE JOB. ( KEEP IT IN THE TRUNK FOR THE MONKEY!) =Answer=!!!! there are two bolts to losen the alternator on the bottom bolt stick a flat tip (screw driver) underneath the bolt and pull the flat tip up and the alternator will rise if u can't put it in use a smaller one or pull up the alternator till u can put the flat tip in it always works for me on my Neon and other vehicals
Rear tension bolt
I used a 1/4" drive ratchet/socket. It would probably be easier if you had an offset head ratchet wrench, or bend one you have one already and are willing. Bottom pivot bolt/nut
I used a ratchet wrench in this location. made things very easy to get to.
This process is lengthly and will test your patience. Practice makes perfect tho.
Dodge Neon wiper blade sizes will vary by the year of the vehicle. See sources and related links below to lookup the correct sizes w/the correct attachments.
Call the Dodge dealer and order a new set. They will need the VIN number of your car and proof of ownership to accomplish this.
5x100mm or 5x4"
You replace the torque converter.
It all depends on the guy. Some guys are complete jerks. Others are very sweet and charming. But, if the boy is a jerk they are very immature so beware.
Cylinder #4 misfire.
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Changing the alternator on a 1996 Dodge Neon? First buy a repair book like a Haynes or Chiltons it will be worth the expense. Next brush up on your four letter words because this is not an easy job. Make sure there are no small children within earshot. Raise the vehicle so you can get under it. Remove the battery hook ups. Under the car remove the plastic splash guard (3 bolts, 1 plastic snap clip). Spray all bolts with a penetrant and let soak in. Remove the two electrical hook ups from the alternator. Loosen the adjustment bolt (back side top) of the alternator and remove the belt. Remove the lower and upper mounting bolts. Remove the 3 pivot mounting bracket bolts and the mounting bracket. You may have to tug and shimmy the alternator loose. It is very hard to see where some of the bolts are and even harder to get a wrench on some of them.
Remove the neg. battery cable then the wires from the altermator. Then remove the belt and the mounting bolts and then the altermator.
Take the passenger side wheel off and do your work from under the car,make sure you jack it up high and use jackstands for safety,it only took me 30 minutes and no four letter words...jeffbone