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Dodge Neon, Plymouth Neon, Dodge Neon SRT-4, Lights, Electrical, Sedan
Aug 16, 2009 (1:16 pm)
Need to replace an airbag module on a 95 Dodge Neon. Anyone know where it is located?
#117 of 125 Re: Gauges Don't Work [chat2me]
Aug 20, 2009 (2:48 pm)
I have the same problem, but the article you cite is not on the Web. Do you have a hard copy you can scan or email?
#118 of 125 1995 Neon has sticky brakes
Aug 20, 2009 (2:53 pm)
I recently had the rotors and calipers changed on the front wheels of my Neon, but the wheels still feel (intermittently) like they're engaged, even when no foot pressure is applied. Sometimes, when the brake fluid warms up, I can even smell brakes. I took it to the Firestone place (they replaced the brakes and rotors) and they said the hoses were clogging, such that the pressure on the brakes makes the fluid go only one way. They replaced the hoses, but the problem persists. Any ideas?
#119 of 125 2003 dodge neon se--HELP
Sep 13, 2009 (11:28 am)
I recently purchased this car and if it's below 90 degrees outside, she turns over, but idles rough and no power when driving. Over 90 degrees she's a dream machine. The code came up as P2302, so I changed the coil, plugs (yes, gapped them correctly to 35), plug wires. Still got the same code, so I changed the battery, ran the alternator test--all is great. Changed the ASD relay too. The purge and ignition switch are perfect, no issues. I keep coming back up with that P2302 code after my engine light comes back on. I'm at a loss. She has no issues when it's over 90 degrees outside, starts great, no rough idle and runs super and the engine light is gone. It's just in the mornings when the temp outside is lower than 90 degrees. Any ideas??
Nov 05, 2009 (1:28 pm)
i just bought a 1997 plymouth neon and the dash instruments worked at first now everything stopped even the miles stopped i have a 3 year warrenty how do i fix this? i just bought it today!!!
#121 of 125 check eng light_ tcc (torque converter clutch)
Nov 11, 2009 (11:29 am)
Recently I had a check engine light on and it was due to the wiring for the tcc which is located on the side of the trans on my 00 a/t neon lx. I removed the air box and looked to find the wires were frayed and exposed. I seperated them and re-bound them with electrical tape. the light went out for a few months but now is back on. I went to the pickapart near my house and got one connector with extra wiring and replaced it with my old one but it still will not go out. Just want to know if anyone on the forum has a similar issue, and/or has fixed it? other than that seems like the car is fine with 181k miles on it.
#122 of 125 Re: i need help with my dash [blondhippichic]
Nov 11, 2009 (11:31 am)
if you have warranty on the thing I would check to see if it is covered, otherwise it may be that you need a new cluster as a similar issue was posted on the same page further down.
#123 of 125 2000 Dodge Neon
May 09, 2011 (2:08 pm)
I have a 2000 Dodge Neon that the alarm siren inadvertenty actives on its own, the inside dome light comes on, the door locks click open and close while driving. The dash reads the door is open but I have check them several times and it still does not help. Has anyone had this problem and if so how did you fix it?
I can't lock my car up because the alarm with go off. I would really love to lock my car up. Can anyone help please.
#124 of 125 Re: 2000 Dodge Neon [nybarra]
Nov 07, 2011 (6:56 pm)
did you get this resolved? i have the exact same problem ...
#125 of 125 Brake lights and "Fuse" message
Dec 22, 2012 (7:08 pm)
2005 SXT, 2.0 with automatic.
Drove the car earlier today, all was fine.
Went outside awhile later and the brake lights were on, but were not earlier.
Tried to start the car. Fuel pump did not make it's usual whine, but more like a growl. Figured low voltage.
When I turned the key to the start position, it did not start. Where the odometer reading usually is, and the fault codes displayed, it said "FUSE". I have searched through the repair manual but have come up with nothing.