2000 Dodge Neon - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


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2000 Dodge Neon | Answered on Aug 31, 2019 | 21 views


was replacement running before being placed--is it the same so computers didnt need to be flashed --are all sensors installed and hooked up correctly

2000 Dodge Neon | Answered on Jul 09, 2019 | 21 views


Check your volts of the battery. Should read around 12.8 or higher. While running it should read about 14.5 Sound like you have something in the fuse panel draining the battery. Your best bet is watching YouTube to properly check the battery and all the fuses with a multimeter.
Hope this helps

2000 Dodge Neon | Answered on Apr 23, 2019 | 42 views


sounds like you broke the bladder in the brake booster

2000 Dodge Neon | Answered on Feb 21, 2018 | 315 views


seems like a considerable effort when the wreckers/junk yards are full of good units
may be the bolts are part of the rubber mouldings
have you tried a hydraulic press to push them out

2000 Dodge Neon | Answered on Jul 15, 2017 | 45 views


you need the compressor running to get freon into the system
using gauges on a manifold you allow the compressor to suck the gas in to the system until you get a pressure reading at the high side gauge
That is the correct amount of gas for the system
take it to an accredited ac specialist shop to have the job done properly

2000 Dodge Neon | Answered on May 20, 2017 | 237 views


why not get an alternator for a neon instead of caravan

2000 Dodge Neon | Answered on Dec 01, 2016 | 28 views


Vacuum Leak Present IAC Fully Seated

http://www.autocodes.com/p1299_dodge.html

2000 Dodge Neon | Answered on Oct 23, 2016 | 244 views


There have been a variety of mechanisms used in various cars, from flexible cable types, rigid cable types or quadrant and pinion types either with or without additional arms and runners.

Each type is thoroughly reliable when kept well-lubricated, properly adjusted and with mounting bolts checked regularly. Unfortunately such an important mechanism is hidden away inside a door where it is exposed to moisture and dust and no facility for maintenance is provided.

There is nothing for it but to remove the interior trim panel and waterproof membrane to gain access and then inspect the mechanism and carry out any repairs, adjustments or replacements that are needed.

The most basic mechanisms are intuitive but a manual will be found invaluable for some and a few necessary. For maximum visibility inside the door a good light is needed inside the door and a low light outside the door.

A few well-placed and carefully cut pieces of wood can be used to keep the window closed as a temporary measure.

2000 Dodge Neon | Answered on Jan 03, 2016 | 101 views


Sounds like your brake locking up. Have your pads and caliper checked, if they look good I would suggest changing your rubber flex hoses that go from the body to the strut housing.

2000 Dodge Neon | Answered on Dec 03, 2015 | 46 views


When was the last time the car was tuned up?

2000 Dodge Neon | Answered on Oct 05, 2015 | 1,421 views


Hook it up to a code reader and pull fault codes up and trace the problem down. If there no fault codes start checking fuel system.

2000 Dodge Neon | Answered on Sep 22, 2015 | 141 views

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