Chrysler 2.0L Index of Articles

The rear oxygen sensor on your 2.0L Neon is equipped with an internal heater. This heater gets it to reach its operational temperature fast when you start up the engine. It... [read more]

Testing the fuel injectors, on your 1996-1997 2.0L Neon, isn't hard. Especially since they are so easy to get to. What's involved in testing the fuel injectors? A... [read more]

NOTE: The crankshaft position (CKP) sensor wiring diagrams and info in this page apply only to 1996, 1997, 1998 Dodge/Plymouth SOHC/DOHC 2.0L. The PCM provides 8 Volts DC... [read more]

The rear oxygen sensor on your 2.0L Neon is equipped with an internal heater. This heater helps the oxygen sensor activate faster and stay activated. Unfortunately, this... [read more]

NOTE: The IAT/MAP sensor wiring diagrams and info in this page apply only to 1996, 1997, 1998 Dodge/Plymouth SOHC/DOHC 2.0L. As you're already aware, the IAT/MAP sensor... [read more]

Location and descriptions of the fuses of the under-hood Power Distribution Center for 1995-1996 Dodge/Plymouth Neon. You can find this tutorial in Spanish here: Los... [read more]

NOTE: The throttle position sensor (TPS) wiring diagrams and info in this page apply only to 1996, 1997, 1998 Dodge/Plymouth SOHC/DOHC 2.0L Neon. The PCM provides 5 Volts... [read more]

The PCM has 2 connectors and are color coded (black and white). Each connector has 4 rows of 10 slots for a total of 40 slots (terminals). IMPORTANT: The following pin out... [read more]

In this tutorial, I'll show you how to accurately test the throttle position sensor (TPS) with a multimeter. You'll also be able to diagnose any of the following TP... [read more]

NOTE: The camshaft position (CMP) sensor wiring diagrams and info in this page apply only to 1996, 1997, 1998 Dodge/Plymouth SOHC/DOHC 2.0L. The PCM provides 8 Volts DC... [read more]