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Where is the frost plug installed on a 2000 plymouth neon?

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Not sure but I think from researching...To replace the heater core in a Plymouth Neon, you need to remove the HVAC unit housing and disassemble the unit in order to remove the heater core. If you have the proper equipment and knowledge, discharge your Plymouth Neon air conditioning system.

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There are several.4-6 or more?? if the coolant is rusty, plan on doing all of them or sell the car. BIG $$$$...If you have not kept up with the coolant service,you will have much bigger problems later on. how many miles? at 90k miles replace the timing belt, tensioner and water pump, use factory chrysler parts only. if you dont and the belt breaks, or water pump siezes, the engine will be trashed.

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