1998 Plymouth Neon Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1998 Plymouth Neon

1998 Plymouth Neon
$323 to $387
1998 Plymouth Neon
$785 to $1,057
1998 Plymouth Neon
$653 to $891
1998 Plymouth Neon
$273 to $605
1998 Plymouth Neon
$149 to $219

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already checked fuses do not believe thats the problem would is the next thing i should check to try to fix..
19 years old first car so learning everything on my own

car will start idle rough dies when no longer giving gas but cause all kinda of codes p0340 p1391 p0300 p0302 p0303 I was wondering if we need to change the ecu also or does that matter.

check engine lite on and thw coder readout is po743 i looked up what that code meant and found out its the torque converter clutch circuit electrical. how do i fix. ive been told i might have to replace the thrasher cable? but who knows

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VEHICLE DESCRIPTION: PASSENGER VEHICLES. THE REAR SUSPENSION CROSSMEMBER MAY BE MISSING SPOT WELDS.

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It's just been a great car...this one is edging up on 200K, so probably nearing its end, but I said that at 140K, and since then it has reliably shipped me from the East Coast to Kansas and back no less than 8 times, to Florida and back twice, transported members of Congress in Washington, DC traffic with the "best A/C on the Hill," and now gets me to either work or school and back 50+ mi. roun...

I love my Neon! It is a great daily drive car & is awesome on long haul trips. Very dependable.

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