Category Archives: Dodge

This category is for all things mechanical related to Dodge cars and trucks of all models. From wiring to engines components such as fuel pumps, alternators, fuel filters, brakes, or anything mechanically that can go wrong with a Dodge vehicle.

eBay Mopar Disk Brake Conversion Kit Review Overview

Converting old 1960s Dodge vehicles with front drum brakes to disk brakes is a topic talked about countless times in many articles.   I found myself in this situation with my 1968 Dodge Charger project and needed to do a conversion.   Old articles and forums post are very helpful in how to go about doing the conversion… Read More »

1968 Dodge Charger Restoration on the Cheap: #4

It has been awhile since I have updated the progress on the 68 Charger project so I thought I would update the status.   I finally got the 360 bolted up with the Headers which was a pain.   I used the electronic ignition from the donor truck along with the wiring harness to fire it up.  … Read More »

How To Change a Air Filter for a (2000-2005) Dodge Neon

Replacing the air filter on a 2000-2005 Dodge Neon is supposed to be done ever 30,000 miles according to the manual. Of course if you live in a dust filled environment changing more often is likely best.   Replacing the air filter is a easy job that most anyone can do.   The only real requirements is a… Read More »

Our Picks For Best Rims For a Dodge Challenger With Pictures

Owning a Dodge Challenger is sweet with its aggressive look and sound it is a definite head turner.   So what could be better than a stock Dodge Challenger?   Aftermarket items such as rims that personalize it to your personality.   Here is our picks for the best rims available with pictures.   Our Picks For Best… Read More »

How to Replace Dodge Neon Headlight Switch (2000-2005)

A headlight switch problem in a Dodge Neon (2000-2005) is a easy repair job.   The same replacement procedure also works in PT Cruisers.   The headlight switch also controls the wiper, fog lamps, and turn signals.   The first thing to do is to buy a compatible switch assembly to replace the old one. It can be… Read More »

Guide: Dodge Neon Thermostat Replacement (1999-2005)

Changing out a second generation Dodge Neon thermostat is a straight forward task that definitely falls in the DIY category.   A bad thermostat will cause a Dodge Neon or any car to overheat and needs replaced when bad.   As always call a mechanic if you don’t feel comfortable working on your own car.   Only a… Read More »

Dodge Neon Battery Light Will Not GO Off 2003 Dodge Neon

I recently ran into a problem with a 2003 Dodge Neon that the battery light would not go off.   After checking the usual suspects such as alternator, battery an so on I found out that second generation Dodge Neons use a Battery Temperature Sensor.   The battery temperature sensor is there to charge the battery correctly depending… Read More »