Top 20 2004 Dodge Neon Questions & Answers

Hi on the drivers side of the dashboard where the door shuts onto it has a gap that you can put your fingers into to pull the pannal off,on the back of the plastic pannal that you pull off has a diagram of the fuses. all the best.

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You obviously got water in an electrical connector. Disconnect each one and blow it out with compressed air. This is why you should NEVER power wash an engine.

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Get this manual online at and get complete
guide on whether to repair or not, service it, and how to repair etc

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You should check the engine mounts again. Make sure you have the motion dampeners on between the engine and the mounts. Basically it's the rubber spacer you should have put on between the two to dampen the vibration of the engine to the mount. At least thats what it sounds like to me.

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Moisture has gotten into some electrical connectors when the heater core was replaced. These electronic transmissions have speed sensors and electrical connectors that do not like moisture in them. disconnect any connectors that may have gotten wet. Blow them out with compressed air. Good luck.

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its probably the oil pressure ending switch. ill guess less than 100 to get it changed

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Doors do not open themselves, someone is messing with you or your vehicle is haunted

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Has any work been done under the dash. Sounds like you have wire grounded to radio or something else the fuse sends power to.
Maybe you could unhook hot wire to radio. if fuse blows again you know it is not the radio.

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Not sure what the fuse light means, but you can localize the vacuum leak by going around the intake manifold and plugging off any ports. For example, the purge line can be taken off. Put your finger over the port to see if the engine idles down. If yes, trace the purge line back to the solenoid valve to find the leak. Similarly, you can remove the brake booster line and plug that port. If plugging the ports does not bring the idle down, next check the gaskets. Try spraying some carb cleaner on the gaskets while ybe engine idles. If the speed changes, uou have a gasket leak.

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U are on the correct rack suspecting a clogged oil screen or a pump that is below average at low engine speeds.

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Try having a radiator shop look at the transmission cooler inside the radiator to see if it can be repaired. If not, then a new radiator is needed.

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code p 0700 refers to transmission control system/MIL---malfunction====causes---wiring---TCM
you may have to have the replacement tcm checked out as you may have replaced a faulty unit with a faulty unit
check the wires and harness connections ( pins corroded , loose broken wiring at both ends including the connector at the ECM)
Other than that , take it to an accredited transmission specialist shop and have the system checked and diagnosed

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Put a 12v test light between the positive terminal and the battery cable.If the light is bright the draw is to much.A dim light is fine.if the light is bright,plug one fuse at a time until light dims.DO NOT cause a draw by leaving a door open etc while testing.DO NOT try and start the car or turn the key on during this test.Once you have found the fuse that causes the most draw,if you want to save $ you can just pull this fuse overnight or wire that circuit with a relay to unpower it when the vehicle is switched off.

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Why not put the car back to standard and see if it cures all these problems.
Not all cars like hids, some have to be wired in with resistors

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If u have an exhaust leak (loud sound) that will affect a lot of the sensor readings. The O2 sensors will not read properly either & set codes. If the leak is large enough u will lose power & the trans wont work properly either & set codes. Just because u have a code, doesn't mean the part is bad. Start w the basics. If there is an exhaust leak, fix that 1st & clear the codes.

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Most likely have a blocked system. There is a valve block that control the amount of fluid that goes to the rear wheel this is blocked with something or it is damaged in some way

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