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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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I got a 2000 Plymouth neon that got a cooler leak on the back of the engine and I was wondering if I had to take the engine out to change the freeze plugs.

Ok there are several options you can try. It's tight to get to from underneath but it can be done. You have to remove a couple sensors and heat shields first. Drain the coolant.
Ok now. Option one and if this isn't the world's nicest neon this is the route I would go.
Take brake cleaner and clean the back out of the leaky plug. Wipe dry dry dry. Make sure it's clean and dry.
Get some jb weld, the two part kind only that you mix yourself. Six buck at wally world or 9 at auto zone or Napa. Rough up plug a little with 80 grit and surrounding area a little bit. Clean again and dry. Start to fill area with jb weld, let set up ten fifteen minutes until not going to run out. Add another layer. When built up to outer edge of motor, take pieces of metal cut into a circle slightly larger than plug opening. Put the new plug over opening. Wedge something to put some pressure to make tight bond. Let set up couple hours. Remove wedge. Apply another buildup layer over new plug for the plug. Let set up for 24 less!!! Walk to work...ride a buke...better yet call in sick but wait 24 hours at least. Reassemble the stuff you jacked with underneath to get to it. Refill antifreeze with 50/50 mix. Start car. Drive car. Enjoy six buck super dooper repair with confidence.

Repair #2
Same as first except no in weld, hammer and screwdriver, needle nose curved pliers, safety glasses, some beers, and patience. It's tight, but hammer on plug with screwdriver, don't push the plug through, you want a place to be able to grip the pliers onto, hole, or lip on outside something,anything, grab hard and pull one edge out and it will follow. Install new brass plug. But most likely you will go to junky partzone or similar place and purchase a rubber plug due to mangling the brass plug on install attempt. In my opinion repair number one is better, cheaper, stronger, least stressful,

Repair #3
Ok if you have the best neon in the world, still do not do it this way. Drain fluids, remove motor, replace plug, replace motor, replace fluids,
Now go drive neon into oncoming train because that was the biggest waste of a person who could have bought a 2005 mustang with a blown motor and put the same effort into it and replaced motor and now you have females all on you but nope you have a 2000 neon with a new frost plug

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My 2000 Plymouth neon with a 2.o liter engine idles rough in gear and sometimes backfires though the throttle body what can be causing these problems?

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Having a problem with a 2000 plymouth neon have ran injector cleaner through the intake and seems not to work wants to run as if not all plugs are there and sometime will backfire into the intake tube any...

backfire is a symptom of slipped valve timing. Remove timing cover and check camshaft timing marks. If you need instructions or have more question, please let me know.

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Did this backfiring start after the tune-up? If yes, check firing order of plug wires. Also , if you paid someone to do this, have you consulted with them regarding the way the vehicle is running?

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I have an engine diagnstic code of P1684 and P302 on my 2000 plymouth neon. The car jarks as it is pulling under load.

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2000 Plymouth neon, misfiring when excelerating...popping under air filter? engine bouges down, only when giving it gas..

It sounds like you need to have the timing belt changed before you cause any damage to the engine.

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Water started on drivers floor and after a heavy

If you remove the carpet, you will find rubber plugs there that plug the drain holes in the floor. May be that one of them has dropped. And then the water flows every where.

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