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Try behind the grille on the side of the support coming down in front of radiator in the center.

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Drivers airbag removal / horn switch removal 1998 dodge neon


I have a 98 dodge neon and the horn was stuck on all the time. I could not find anyone who could tell me how to remove the cover on the airbag so I could get to the horn touchpad. this is what i did.
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unplug the airbag wire CAREFULLY (it's the one in the center).( I left this hooked up)
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It depends,both a DOHC and SOHC version were made. http://www.allpar.com/mopar/2.html

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1997 dodge neon 2.0 liter SOHC, I need step by step instructions to change the water pump.


Please- take the VIn number -and go to the dealer - ask and you will get all that free - - then also - ask about FREE RECALLS - they fix em free.

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Call the Dodge dealer near you and give them your VIN number. They will be able to tell you what the vehicle came stock with. If they have it go there and get it as it came with this filter from the factory.

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Where is the wiring for the horn,


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I am having trouble with my speedometer not working occasionally and now my seat belt light is coming on sometimes too. Is this the instrument panel cluster? Or something else? 1998 Dodge Neon. Backstory is as follows: -We take very good care of it and have one dedicated mechanic. -It has only had two owners; my parents and I. -We replaced the battery 2 months ago. -Mechanic checked to make sure the speedometer sensor was working. -We have had issues with the radio for years where it will randomly turn on and off, typically brought on by a stuffed trunk OR wet weather. -The speedometer works until we hit a bump and then the needle flies up and down or sometimes just stops working all together. -Mechanic has made mention of there being some Chrysler specific battery cable that is a smaller side cable and it is not in good condition. -Currently, my problem is that I can't find an old 1998 Dodge Neon in the salvage yard because yards are doing a lot of 2002 and newer vehicles and automatically crushing the others. The meat and potatoes of my question is what direction do I go in? And what of these symptoms ties to each other? And will adding new solder to the points on the panel fix it or is it something else? I'm trying to find least expensive to most expensive options and I'm rather handy but can't drop an engine or transmission or anything so keep this in mind. My handiness ends at resoldering the pins BUT I do have a mechanic I trust, but I fear that maybe I'm not combining symptoms properly. I have the money to repair an item I KNOW is wrong but not to chicken hunt around for problems.

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