How to Replace a Neon Head Gasket?

Answer Dodge marketed the Neon from 1995 to 2005. The last base model came equipped with a 2.0-liter engine. On a rare occasion, the head gasket in the Neon may need replacing due to an overheated engine,... Read More »

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How to Replace the Head Gasket in a 1999 Neon?

When you change the head gasket in the 1999 Neon, you will need to remove and disconnect a majority of the car parts situated near the top of the engine. The head gasket sits under the cylinder he... Read More »

How to Replace the Head Gasket in a Dodge Neon?

The head gasket ensures there are no leaks in your engine block. A faulty head gasket will lead to oil on the engine or oil in the antifreeze. You should replace your head gasket every 60,000 miles... Read More »

How to Replace the Oil Pan Gasket in a Plymouth Neon?

The Plymouth Neon is a popular car because of its reasonable price and sporty appearance. It's normal for the oil pan gasket to wear out eventually, and when it does, you should replace it as soon ... Read More »

How to replace the oil pan gasket on a 1999 Neon?

The 1999 Neon is equipped with an internal lubrication system. The system lubricates all the internal engine parts maintaining a thin film of oil between all the moving parts in the engine. The lub... Read More »