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Car heater on 1996 Plymouth Neon won't run at all

Fuse seems to be alright. Heater has no power at all

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Fan switch is probly fried from worn out motor--or the heater core is bad--will need to take down dash to replace these--inspect ac evaporator also--details in a haynes manual

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SOURCE: I have a 1997 Plymouth Neon. The car runs great.

Try a couple of good thumps with fist above dash (don't laugh) where cluster gauges are, and see if it comes back on, or may when you hit a bump. I had a 95 that did it all the time until I fixed it. If a bump or thump gets it back on, let me know, I'll give you details on fixing.

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If your check engine light is coming on, then there should be a trouble code stored in your computer to tell you what area to look in for problem. Run into an autozone, or Pep Boys & get a free scan and see what they say comes up for codes & then if not obvious what the problem is, get back to us & we'll help you out.

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