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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 dodge neon code p0750
im not a trans. expert but would verify the range sensor (gear indicating sensor) is working properly and the L/R solenoid is ok. those are the 2 suspects for your problem
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
make sure engine is cool then drain coolant by opening the drain plug at bottom of radiator. remove cap from radiator so coolant will continue to drain and when coolant is down enough to pull off upper radiator hose at intake then close drain, then remove two bolts at coolant housing and remove thermostate. clean gasket material from intake and housing and replace with new gasket and thermostate tighten bolts install hose fill rad with coolant water mix 50/50 and run engine with heat on floor until gets hot and you see coolant flowing in rad, install cap
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
You can buy adaptor plugs that allow a simple hook up at most car stereo places. However, when you increase the power going to the speakers you also have to replace the speakers to handle the higher power or you'll toast them.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
SOURCE: limp mode?
It may have a "loss of prime" code that usually follows a service of the fluid and filter. After you're sure the fluid is full at operating temperature, disconnect the battery for a few minutes and reconnect to see if the code resets. I hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
These transmissions are known for having problems unfortunately.If it drives in first gear thei it sounds like a broke spring in the valve body. If you are not familiar with trans repair this can be a task as there are lots of parts in the valve body.Also could be a bad solenoid on the valve body they have fine screens and get clogged real easy. On these transmissions it is best to change fluid as often as possible as they are tempermental!
Hope this gets you moving forward!
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
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