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My dodge neon just overheat when I put to work ac and in small or big uphilss

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Cloged radiator, replace it and the thermostat

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Hello there:
you need to check too see if the cooling fans are working when you are using the a/c if the fans are not coming on when you start the a/c they should run if not you need to check fuses and fan motor relays if those are good you may need to replace the fan... hope this helps you out best of luck sincerely D.Jones.... please post a review thanks...

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My 2004 Dodge Neon is overheating


you might have air in the cooling system, or water pump might not be functioning right, I would try burping the system first too see. with the car off and cooled down pull the radiator cap off and start the car, let it run for about 30 minutes should force all air out of the system, keep a eye on the coolant level while doing this.

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Usually a bad water pump will cause the engine to run hot with or without the ac being involved. The most common cause of overheating with the ac on is not enough air flow thru the radiator.

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Assuming the engine is ok, no leaking head gasket or exhaust problem, you need to know if the radiator fan comes on when the engine reaches 225 degrees. It should also come on when you turn the ac on if the ac works.
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As I drive my 1995 dodge neon it starts to overheat but when I turn on the hot air and let it blow out the windows the temperature goes down and it happens mainly on really hot days, whats the problem?


The 3 most common reasons for this are:
1. The thermostat could be not opening all the way when hot. This is a cheap item to replace.
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3. Radiator fan not running. Turn on the AC and see if the fan is running. It should run with the AC on. If not, it could be the fan motor OR the fan relay.

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I own a 1997 Dodge Neon. My car started to overheat while idling especially with the air conditioning on. We ended up resolving the problem by replacing the fan relay switch which is located under the battery case near the driver's side wheel well. It is a small black square sensor that is approximately 1 1/2 inches across and about a 1/4 inch thick. It was $50 dollars. However, it took us several repairs to figure this out. We first took the fan out and checked to make sure it was working. An easy test is to turn on the A/C and the fan should run if the A/C is turned on. We connected the fan directly to the battery and it worked fine. We then replaced the collant temperature sensor which is located on the engine cylinder on the driver's side under a few hoses, it was difficult to get to. The last option was to pull the PCM computer and replace it which is an expensive option. New PCM's run around $300.00. Ultimately the fan switch relay fixed the problem. Hopefully this helps!

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Dont know where to put transmission fluid on my 2001 dodge neon


open the hood,,,look inside to the right,,and down,,,you will see a plug or dip stick tube,,,this is where you put the tranny fluid.

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the flasher is locaed in the fuse box in the dash. it looks like a small square box.
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