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The airbag and horn buttons are both connected from the column to the steering wheel with a part commonly referred to as the "clockspring".It is essentially a long printed circuit board rolled up in a hockey puck shaped housing,with connectors at each end of the board that are fixed to the outside housing halves.(It is necessary for the airbag to be connected with a solid wire-no contacts or brushes-for a reliable voltage path).The horn is also fed through this device because it only requires one additional track on the board and just makes more sense to feed it the same way.Check the connectors at each end(one in the airbag/horn button assembly and the other is probably at the bottom of the column) and you will probably find it easy.(You can also use an ohmmeter to test continuity of the clockspring but DO NOT DO THIS WITH THE AIRBAG CONNECTED!) If you don't see any issues where it connects,disconnect it from the airbag and wiring harness,and only test the clockspring for continuity.(I think you will find one of the connectors is unplugged or not pushed in tight).

2001 Dodge Neon | Answered on Sep 22, 2014


2001 Dodge Neon | Answered on Aug 14, 2014

there isn"t one persay!you have a impuse sensor on the transmission that sends a electric signal to your speedometer

2001 Dodge Neon | Answered on Aug 09, 2014

try and change the bulb you can also check the fuesses

2001 Dodge Neon | Answered on Aug 05, 2014

You can go to Gates.com and plug in the description of the car. There should be a sticker on the hood or the radiator support too.

2001 Dodge Neon | Answered on Aug 04, 2014

I had the same sound after reaserch I found it was the rear hub barrings, to check it take off the tire and pull on the lug nuts if the ole thing moves out and in that may be the problem item was cheep and easy to install it fixed my problem

2001 Dodge Neon | Answered on Jun 17, 2014

Try this page http://www.torkspec.com/torkspecme.aspx

2001 Dodge Neon | Answered on May 31, 2014

No, because the incoming air to the engine has been measured by the mass air flow sensor in the big hose from air cleaner to the throttle body. If the air hoses are not sealed tight, extra air not measured by the sensor will make it run poorly.

2001 Dodge Neon | Answered on May 12, 2014

Get a factory service manual. Really. If your messin' with the valve train you need the specs/procedures in the FSM.

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2001 Dodge Neon | Answered on Apr 13, 2014

This all depends on what wires are broken. The most likely reason for the fuses popping is because of something shorting out against something else. Whether that be wire to wire or wire to frame.

2001 Dodge Neon | Answered on Apr 02, 2014

no you hit it on the head the bands are burnt and possibly seized together
you could try the old remades but it really needs to be rebuilt sorry i couldn't
give you better news but there it is in a nut shell

hope this helps you
good luck

2001 Dodge Neon | Answered on Mar 28, 2014

Remove belt and try turning by hand to see if pump is seizing/seized. There is fluid in it correct?

2001 Dodge Neon | Answered on Mar 19, 2014

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