Question about 2003 Dodge Neon
The plug sometimes melts or the heater switch try to check the plug connection,s
Posted on Feb 15, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I just bought a 98 with a 360 and it has the same problem. If I rev mine up or drive in Drive not Overdrive the heat gets alot better. I talked to a service manager at a Dodge dealer and he told me the most likely problem is the heater core is plugged with casting sand that comes off the engine block over time. I flushed it twice with some improvement but I still think it needs another one or two times to make it better yet. There was alot of gunk that came out, and the second flush I caught a sample earlier then I did on the first flush and once it settled you can see there is actual sand in it.
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
SOURCE: Block heater for 98 dodge neon
Well the block heater itself is usually way under the engine where you can't see it, so I'm thinking you want the plug & cord that makes it work so you can plug it in. My 95 neon had it coiled up laying near the top of the fender under the hood on drivers side, if i remember correctly. It had a black cap over the plug which made it hard to find sometimes, even though I thought I knew where it was. Sometimes it would fall down behind or beside the engine controller.(gray looking computer box) I was always looking for a shiny plug-in type end but it was covered with a hard to see black little cap over it. I used a flashlight, and went along the top of the fenders until I spotted what looked similar to a black extension cord, then followed it to the end, and that's how I found it most times. Try going along drivers side top of fender first, then passenger fender, and then along the front, and maybe even attached in behind grille at front of car sometimes.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
SOURCE: 2000 DODGE NEON HEATER BLOWS
If it just started doing that, check your radiator coolant level, if low, take off rad cap, start engine, turn heater on, and add coolant as needed, but leave cap off until rad cooling fan comes on & off 2 or 3 times at normal operating temperature before you put cap back on, to bleed out the air. When did it start & what have you had checked if anything?
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
SOURCE: 98 dodge neon blower motor
Unplug the power feed to the motor and turn on the switch. If it blows the fuse you have a short in the wiring you will need to repair. If the fuse does not blow then the motor is bad, change it. I woulld connect the new motor , groiund it and see if it works before I put it all back together. .
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
there is a motor mount that attaches frum the passenger side wheel to the tming cover. this is the mount that usually goes bad. you have to remove the wheel to see the torx bolt at the wheel well. than there are bolts on the other side of the wheel well. after you get those the ones at the motor have to be removed. you will have to place a jack under the oil pan use a piece of wood with the jack. you also have to take the top mount of first. thats pretty easy to replace.
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
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