Question about 1999 Plymouth Neon
Went to Auto Zone to buy a fuse for my rear window defroster and when I look at the fuse diagram, I can't figure out which fuse to replace. Dude inside Auto Zone says 'your car might have multiple fuse boxes'. I say, "how do I know where it is?" He's like "sorry, I can't help with that". Can someone PLEASE give me an idea? Ideally, I need to know "#7" or "#10". Thx in advance.
Well it's like this... i've never owned a neon but the two places for fuse panels are under the dash and in the engine compartment near the battery. the one in the engine compartment will have a plastic cover over it. admittedly there are other places auto makers "hide" them.... in the glove box.... behind a plastic sheild on the sloping panel beside the steering column.... and inside the foot panels on the drivers side or passenger side... just have to look around. i have a friend that has a neon.... i'll try to run into them if you cannot find it.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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