Where Is the Location of the ECM in a 2001 Plymouth Neon?

Answer The ECM -- actually called the powertrain control module (PCM) -- on the 2001 Plymouth Neon uses input signals from certain sensors to determine how it should tell other components on the Neon to b... Read More »

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How to Troubleshoot a 2001 Plymouth Neon?

The Neon was a compact sedan manufactured by Chrysler. It was promoted under both the Dodge and Plymouth brand names, and ceased production following the 2001 model year. In addition to basic troub... Read More »

Where is the fuel pump located on a 1998 Plymouth Neon?

The 1998 Plymouth Neon fuel pump is located inside the gas tank. You need to drain the gas tank and remove it from the car to access and change the fuel pump.References:“1998 Plymouth Neon Factor... Read More »

Where is the speed sensor located on a 1997 Plymouth Neon?

The speed sensor on a 1997 Plymouth Neon is located on the transmission. On the upper part of the transmission housing is a removable panel. Remove the panel to access the speed sensor.References:H... Read More »

How to Drop the Oil Pan in a Plymouth Neon?

The Plymouth Neon is a compact vehicle that's been sold by Chrysler Corporation (followed by Daimler-Chrysler) since 1995. The vehicle stopped production in 2005. The Neon was also produced by Dod... Read More »