How to Replace Shocks on a Plymouth Neon?

Answer Plymouth used shocks on the rear of the Plymouth Neon to soften the ride of the vehicle. Unlike the rear of the vehicle, there are struts on the front. Therefore, when you replace the shocks on you... Read More »

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How to Replace a Tie Rod End in a Plymouth Neon?

Even the Plymouth Neon needs some attention when the tie rod ends become too loose or damaged. No amount of alignments will rectify the situation: you must replace the tie rod ends. Fortunately, yo... Read More »

How to Replace a Tie Rod in a Plymouth Neon?

Tie rods can become damaged or bent. When this happens, you can feel it in your steering or how your car tracks. The good news is that once you replace the tie rods in your Plymouth Neon and get it... Read More »

How to Replace the Shocks and Struts in a Plymouth Voyager?

Minivans are great for hauling cargo or passengers and have comfortable and smooth rides. But after 60,000 miles under normal driving conditions, you need to replace the shocks and struts to keep t... Read More »

How to Replace the Fuses in a Plymouth Neon?

Introduced in 1985, the Plymouth Neon is the same as Dodge Neon. In either of these, the process for replacing a blown fuse is the same. You can easily switch the bad fuse out for a new one in just... Read More »