Dodge Neon Alternator Replacement

Dodge Neon Alternator Replacement

How to replace the alternator on a Dodge Neon

Three very cool videos to help us figure out how to change an alternator
on a Dodge Neon

Dodge Neon Alternator Removal
“Thank you so much. Went exactly as you depicted it”

Removing Alternator from 2001 Dodge Neon
I am having less and less battery power when starting the car.
My battery light was on earlier in the month also. I hope this
helps someone out.

Alternator replacment 2003 Dodge Neon SXT
Quick video on taking off the alternator on a 2003 Dodge Neon SXT

The Plymouth/Dodge Neon, sold in United States, and elsewhere outside Europe, Mexico, Canada, as the Chrysler Neon, is a compact front wheel drive car introduced in January 1994 for the 1995 model year by Chrysler’s Dodge and Plymouth brands. It was branded as a Chrysler model in Japan, Europe, and Australia export markets (where it was the first car to be sold as a Chrysler since 1981), as well as in Mexico, Canada, and Egypt. It replaced the Dodge Shadow and Plymouth Sundance models and the Dodge Colt. The two-door model also replaced the Plymouth Laser in Plymouth’s lineup. The Neon was offered in multiple versions and configurations over its production life, which ended on September 23, 2005.

The second generation was more refined than the first generation car. It was advertised that the second generation Neon had over 1,000 refinements from the original generation. The first generation’s frameless windows were replaced with a full-framed door. Other NVH refinements were implemented. The new interior and greater size increased weight. The DOHC engine (Chrysler code name ECC) was no longer available.

Life went on for the Dodge Neon, however, as it soldiered on into 2002 with very minimal change other than a couple of new colors. Things really started to get interesting for the Neon in 2003 – the ACR version was discontinued, but an all-new SRT-4 version was now the top-of-the-line Neon, which got, among other things, unique body trim, a hood scoop, 160 MPH speedo, and a raised “basket-handle” rear spoiler (somewhat reminiscent of the 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona spoiler). But, best of all, was the 215 hp turbo 2.4L I4 engine – along with a specially sport-tuned suspension and ABS brakes

Watch the videos above to learn how to change the alternator on a dodge neon.