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No heat on neon changed thermostat still comes out cold

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Little heat coming out of vents.


IF YOU CAN'T FEEL THE AIR FLOW OUT BUT YOU HEAR THE BLOWER MOTOR WORKING, BEHIND THE GLOVE BOX IS A CABIN FILTER.REPLACE FILTER
IF YOU HAVE GOOD AIR FLOW BUT NO HEAT:
1;VACUUM LEAKING TO HEATER CONTROL
2;WATER PUMP GOING BAD / NOT CIRCULATING COOLANT,HIGH RPM/MORE COOLANT TO THE HEATER CORE
3;OPEN THERMOSTAT/ENGINE TEMPERATURE TO LOW
1;CHANGE THE DIRECTION FROM VENTS TO FLOUR TO WINDSHIELD. IF NOTHING HAPPEN IS THE VACUUM
2;RUN THE ENGINE INSIDE ON WARM PLACE ON IDLE.NOTE THE GAUGE IF PAS 1/2 TO 3/4. IF PAS 3/4 MARK REPLACE WATER PUMP
3;IF GAUGE STAY BELOW 1/2 REPLACE THERMOSTAT
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Mar 27, 2014 | 2005 Dodge Neon

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2000 plymouth neon replaced therostat checked heater core still not very much heat. defrost has little heat,switch it to your feet and it cold air


Did you flush the cooling system and use a certified MOPAR dealer thermostat these neon's are frisky after market thermostats are not the greatest on them i have TWO of these cars i have hands on experience.

Dec 12, 2010 | 2000 Plymouth Neon

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My 1999 dodge neon is overheating and just changed water pump and thermostat radiator. No leaks and no water in oil. Changed thermostat again and same problem . How can you tell if water pump is bad and...


Last time I had this problem I had a cracked head. With the cap off the radiator, run the engine at idle to operating temperature. When your looking in the radiator you should see the water circulating if the water pump is working. When you say the motor is over heating, if you have fluid coming out of the over flow hose then yes you are most likely overheating, if you are just seeing the gauge indicate you are over heating you may just have a bad engine temp sensor.

Jun 26, 2010 | 1999 Dodge Neon

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Heater problem


This is probably an easy one. If there is antifreeze in the radiator then the thermostat and gasket needs to be replaced. Good luck and keep us posted.

Jan 20, 2009 | 2000 Dodge Neon

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Car will not heat up


Did you "bleed " the system when you filled it with coolant ? You have to put in a some coolant and water.1/2and 1/2 mixture, Make sure it is the right coolant. All color coolant works fine.Rune the vehicle for a while . Turn off the vehicle and let it cool. Turn the radiator cap and a hiss of air will come out. Use a Rag . Be careful not to burn yourself. The pour some more coolant and water . And repeat the process until radiator is full. Some cars have a bleeder valve that you turn counter clockwise with a screwdriver near the thermostat housing or near the radiator hose .

Jan 09, 2009 | 2001 Dodge Neon

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2000 dodge neon want blow out heat


Did you make sure all the air was bleed from the cooling system? to do this jack the car up in the front with a floor jack as high as poss, then fill the coolant recovery tank up, run the engine until it is hot but not overheated, shut the engine down and let it cool, this should purge the air from the system, if the system checks ok then but later starts to act up again the the problem is a leaking head gasket. One last note make sure the recovery tank is refilled, it will **** down.

Nov 19, 2008 | 2000 Dodge Neon

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2000 dodge neon want blow out heat


water pumps are famous at around 80 thousand km I see these give up and quit pumping internally!also the thermostat you changed is it a MOPAR from dealer with a seal with a locking tab and ball bearing on top center these after market ones are just not the way to go! 22 years exp!! with mopar these after market ones just don't seem to bleed air out efficiently enough! you should see your coolant moving around if your pump is working and if you have a air lock due to a replica thermostat good luck bleeding the air out of your cooling system,.QUESTION to you have you any automotive experience as this???[problem you have.

Nov 19, 2008 | 2000 Dodge Neon

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