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I need wiring diagram for Plymouth neon espresso fan assembly. New fan I bought has round pins and the originals are flat pins. is there a wiring harness to change out? Thanks

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Plymouth neon code 1496

This code indicates the PCM is reading it's own reference voltage as low. The problem could be in the power supply circuit or in the sensing circuit. Recommend you check the reference voltage with the engine running using a good voltmeter. I think if it's between 4.5 and 5.5, the power supply circuit may be fine, and that is what is important for your sensors to work properly. If you are not experiencing symptoms or low fuel efficiency, I would not effect repairs. If the voltage is below 4.5 VDC or the engine is not running right, you may need a new PCM. One other possibility is a short in one of the sensors that is pulling the reference voltage down. You can test this theory by shutting the engine off and turning the key back on. Then check the reference voltage each time you disconnect one of the sensors. If disconnecting a sensor suddenly raises the voltage into spec, that sensor is shorted and must be replaced. Also look for sensor wires that may have shorted to the hot exhaust system. You can see from the diagram that the reference voltage is produced at pin 43 of the PCM and rides the black wire with a light blue stripe. I have cropped the diagram but left all of the sensors there that connect to that wire.

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How do I replace just the outer tie rod(passenger side) of a 2000 plymouth neon? I have the tie rod, what equipment will I need?

you can do the whole job with a large crescent wrench, hammer, and pliers. Loosen the lock nut but only loosen, remove the cotter pin (if present) and joint nut. Hit joint with hammer to separate from steering knuckle. unscrew tie rod end. Compare length to new end. You will want to keep the length from the nut to the center of the hub arm attach the same or you will need an alignment. Screw the new end on and adjust to the original length. Slip back into hub, replace and tighten net, repace cotter pin. Tighten lock nut and get an alignment if you aren't sure about length. OK? Any questions, let me know.

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Electric radiator motor shorted to ground and burned wiring from motor thru harness. fusible links also. to get home bought new fan/motor assembly and wired hot to run all the time. My problem is what to...

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Replace rear shoes

  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions section.
  2. Remove the rear wheels.
  3. Remove the drums.
  4. Remove the automatic adjuster spring and lever.
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  7. Disconnect the parking brake cable from the actuating lever.
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GOODLUCK, shoes for this car ~ 15 bucks at auto zone.

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