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The Dodge Neon is a compact, front-wheel-drive car that was introduced in 1994 for the 1995 model year. Available in two generations and in both two- and four-door variants, the Neon was known for unique features such as power windows only on the front doors. The Neon was powered by either a 2.0L SOHC engine producing 132 hp or an optional 150 hp Magnum engine. Significant improvements were made in the second generation, which boasted over 1,000 enhancements over its predecessor. These included the replacement of the first generation's frameless windows with fully framed ones, enhancements to noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) management, and a larger overall size. However, this led to an increase in weight. Notably, the second-generation Neon was equipped with a five-speed manual transmission, utilizing shift paddles that were used in the previous ACR model to boost acceleration. In 2002, the Neon offered a four-speed automatic transmission, with an updated version appearing in models from 2003-2005. The Neon also featured suspensions that were stiffer than standard models, notably on the R/T models. The Neon is an embodiment of Dodge's commitment to innovation, performance, and practicality in the compact car segment.

As mileage accumulates, the Dodge Neon may encounter common issues like suspension system problems and electrical issues. Suspension problems often present as clunking noises from the front suspension or rattling and squeaking sounds from beneath the car. These noises typically intensify over time. Drivers may also experience a deterioration in handling, with the Neon veering unintentionally to one side and vibrations felt through the steering wheel. These symptoms suggest a potential issue with the steering knuckle or sway bar bushing. On the electrical front, drivers have reported problems starting and powering their Neons, alongside battery terminal corrosion and a decrease in overall vehicle quality, often signalled by the Check Engine Light. These problems may be attributed to a defective battery cable or a failing camshaft position sensor. Regular maintenance of wear-prone components such as the drive belt, windshield wiper, and wiper blades can help maintain the Neon in peak condition.

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Dodge Neon Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How Can You Check the Operation of a Water Pump?
    A: A failure in the water pump can cause serious engine damage due to overheating. There are three ways to check the operation of the water pump while it's installed on the engine. If the pump is defective, it should be replaced with a new or rebuilt unit. Water pumps are equipped with weep or vent holes. If a failure occurs in the pump seal, coolant will leak from the hole. In most cases, you'll need a flashlight to find the hole on the water pump from underneath to check for leaks. Some small black staining around the weep hole is normal. If the stain is heavy brown or actual coolant is evident, replace the pump. If the water pump shaft bearings fail, there may be a howling sound at the front of the engine while it's running. With the engine off, shaft wear can be felt if the water pump pulley is rocked up-and-down. Don't mistake drivebelt slippage, which causes a squealing sound, for water pump bearing failure. A quick water pump performance check is to put the heater on. If the pump is failing, it won't be able to efficiently circulate hot water all the way to the heater core as it should.
  • Q: How Do You Remove and Install a Radiator?
    A: To remove the radiator, start by disconnecting the cable from the negative battery terminal. Drain the cooling system and remove the cooling fan(s). Raise the vehicle and disconnect the transaxle oil cooler lines on automatic transaxle models. Disconnect the upper and lower radiator hoses, and remove the radiator mounting brackets. Remove the air conditioning condenser mounting screws and lean the condenser forward. Carefully lift out the radiator as a single assembly, being careful not to spill coolant or scratch the paint. Clean the radiator with compressed air and a soft brush, inspecting for leaks and damage. To install the radiator, inspect the rubber seals or insulators for cracks and dirt. Ensure the radiator is correctly seated on the insulators before fastening the top brackets. Fill the cooling system with the correct mixture of antifreeze and water, start the engine and check for leaks. Finally, check and add fluid as needed for automatic transaxle equipped vehicles.