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2004 dodge neon heater problems - 1996 Dodge Neon

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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

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SOURCE: Cam Shaft Sensor Problems

Had the same problem before on my 04 Neon SXT...camshaft sensor is on left side of engine block, take out the battery and to the left of it (face car) is the camshaft position sensor. To change it you'll have to move a few hoses but its plan to see there on the left side of the engine...pretty easy remove and replace. Fixed my problem of car not going above 2k RPM when i replaced the sensor.

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SOURCE: how do i change my fog lights to my 2004 dodge neon

you need to remove the 2 nuts from under the fascia that hold the assembly in. this will give you access to the bulb

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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SOURCE: 2004 Dodge Neon will not reverse.

Sounds like it could be worn gear linkages, which would stop you from being able to push the gearstick in to the reverse gate (usually by pushing the gear stick down or pulling a lever up under it). If you can get under the car take a look, there should be a set of joined poles leading out from where your gear lever is, check that all the connections on these are reasonably tight.

Posted on Aug 04, 2009

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SOURCE: how do i take the dash apart for a 2004 dodge neon

your attempting to try a job that you really shouldn't try,
the steering column will have to be dropped,the entire dash comes out of car,the AC needs vacumed down and disconnected,and that just gets you to the heater box assembly,your still another hour away from seeing a heater core .when we did these jobs at the dealers with all the tools available to us,it was a 12 hour job,then you have to recharge the AC yet

Posted on Jan 09, 2010

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I am getting my heater core replaced in a 2004 Dodge neon at a shop in Washington, DC. The guy is charging $800 to repair. Is this a reasonable price?


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Sounds high to me. The heater core is less than $100 and it is about 6 hours labor. So he is charging you around $115 an hour. I would say a regular mechanic would be no more than $50 and hour at high price, so the job should be more like $400.....I can do one in around 4 hours myself......Mike

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Need to replace heater core in a 2004 neon 2.0 w/ac any short cuts


no it calls for 5.5 hours plus a vac and recharge of the a/c unit. i charge 425.00 for this including the heater core and the recharge if the a/c was working when it arrived.if your undertaking this project yourself get a haynes manual from your parts store so you can see how its done. hope this helps

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My 2004 dodge neon keeps blown the fuel pump fuse. Can some one help


It's either the fuel pump having the problem or you have short in the electrical wiring going back to the pump. Make sure the fuse is the proper size for the fuel system. Hope this will help you.

May 15, 2010 | 2004 Dodge Neon

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How do i take the dash apart for a 2004 dodge neon sxt? that way i can get to the heater core. and also how do i take the heater core out?


your attempting to try a job that you really shouldn't try,
the steering column will have to be dropped,the entire dash comes out of car,the AC needs vacumed down and disconnected,and that just gets you to the heater box assembly,your still another hour away from seeing a heater core .when we did these jobs at the dealers with all the tools available to us,it was a 12 hour job,then you have to recharge the AC yet

Jan 09, 2010 | 2004 Dodge Neon

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Flush heater core


PULL THE HEATER HOSES OFF IN THE ENGINE BAY, THEN USE A GARDEN HOSE AND FLUSH THE CORE IN BOTH DIRECTIONS, IF U SEE NO RUSTY WATER OR THE WATER GOES RIGHT OUT THE OPPOSITE SIDE U ARE FLUSHING U DON'T HAVE A HEATER CORE PROBLEM

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