Question about 2000 Plymouth Neon
Where are they located and how much are they? Is there just one or are there three?
Try this link http://www.xtremeneons.com/how-tos/engineandtrans/2kcodes.html it will list most of the codes and what they mean. It looks like you have a bad Oxygen sensor. Good luck and I hope this helps!
Posted on May 09, 2014
All refer to the o2 sensor right hand side ,clear the codes and see if they come back as sometimes the OBD detects a random signal and stores it even though there is nothing wrong, if the codes come back then check the wiring from the PCM to the o2 sensor as is likely to be a worn/melted wire as the last 2 codes refer to a short in that circuit ,the first is the sensor its self but the wire problem would throw this code up as well ,this is really a repair shop job as would need to get under vehicle to inspect some of the wiring etc
Posted on May 09, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Pull trim off around cluster, then usually 4 screws hold cluster in. remove them and pull everything forward. Harness is clipped on back, have to unclip to pull all way out.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
P0743 is the Torque Converter Circuit Solenoid.The solenoid plug is on the front of the transmission and has a dark green/white and orange/black wire. The dark green/white should have 12V on it from fuse #10 when the ignition is on. The orange/black is a grounding wire from pin 79 of the powertrain controller which should only be grounded when the car is going over 45 mph or so. You could check that the wire is patent between the plug and the powertrain plug (near 0 ohms). The solenoid is a coil or wire so it would have a low, but non-0 resistance, maybe less than an ohm, but still not 0. To really test it you would need an impedence meter, but a good digital ohmmeter should show it to be slightly more resistance than is shown when you test the resistance of the meter leads themselves.If the resistance, the patency, and the 12V supply is all shown to be OK, then I would suspect the solenoid is not functing properly. If you are getting torque converter lock up when you accelerate slowly from 40 to 50 mph then it is working and the code is false. P1899 Park or neutral position switch stuck in park or gear. Recap: P0743 Torque converter clutch circuit faulty, P1899 Position switch to park and nutral stuck. Check the wire harness and look for any clips may be lose or disconnected and wires condition. Good luck and keep me posted. be glad to help
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
"Timing Belt Skipped One Tooth or More" To fix this I would recommend replacing the timing belt as soon as possible.
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
The starter is located under the car where the transmission and engine
meet toward the front of the neon. The starter actually bolts up with
face toward the transmission. You must get the car up on ramps or on a
hoist to see the starter.
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
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