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1997 plymouth neon, i can smell something burning after driving for a while. coolant fan not coming on. fuse seems to be ok.

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I have a grinding noise in my 1997 plymouth neon. When i let up on the gas it sounds like metal grinding and when i give it the gas it pulls to the side and makes a vibrating sound. I was told it could be the bearings in the transmission going to the axle. What do you think?

Posted on Sep 14, 2008

It may be ur brakes or your fan moter is trying to turn and can so its melting the plastic on the moter i would get it looked at if i were u or just replace it all it not that expensive

Posted on Aug 15, 2008

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