Question about 2000 Dodge Neon
You change the fuse go anywhere from a couple feet to a couple miles and blows again
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
water pumps are famous at around 80 thousand km I see these give up and quit pumping internally!also the thermostat you changed is it a MOPAR from dealer with a seal with a locking tab and ball bearing on top center these after market ones are just not the way to go! 22 years exp!! with mopar these after market ones just don't seem to bleed air out efficiently enough! you should see your coolant moving around if your pump is working and if you have a air lock due to a replica thermostat good luck bleeding the air out of your cooling system,.QUESTION to you have you any automotive experience as this???[problem you have.
Posted on Dec 26, 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: starter fuse keeps blowing
Sounds like a short in the system. you will need to inspect the wiring and posably, bench test the starter. Check the cables to the battery. Make sure the wires and the battery are in good shape.
Posted on May 13, 2009
There's a short in the circut. Check continuity of the wires that feed from that fuse (you'll need a wiring diagram to identify each wire). You've got something that is causing too much amperage to move through the circut and the fuse blows. Make sure the amperage on the fuse is correct for the application (your owner's manual or fuse box diagram should tell you what amperage rating to install in each fuse slot).
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
Most likely the refrigerant gas has escaped.
This may not be a major fault, as pipes loose it eventually.
A re-charge can is available at most parts depots - with a pressure gauge to check pressures.
If you loose it again fairly soon - a flexi-pipe usually needs replacement.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
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