Question about 1996 Dodge Neon
Someone looked up what you want wrong,
isn't that obvious
At a dealer your give them your VIN #
Posted on Jul 26, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
could be a number of simple problems. one is your temperature sensor...if it fails it wont turn on your coolant fans. 2nd is your coolant level might be low...if its low then the hot coolant wont be able to "come in contact" with the coolant temp sensor thus result in over heating...i doubt its fan failure as it is highly unlikely that BOTH fans would fail at the same time. however it is possible. lastly is electrical to both fans has failed...put a tester into the connector (not into the fan) and start the car....let it warm up...as it get too hot the voltage should suddenly be there...if not...then the fans are not getting power and you have electrical issues. may have to trace the wires and find out if they got damaged by a belt...the fan or other moving part... i hope this helps you out
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
I would attempt to take the fan blade off the water pump, then remove the fan shroud off the radiator but leave the radiator in the car.. it may take a little more finesse but save you alot of time..
Posted on May 31, 2010
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