How much is a radiator for a Dodge Neon?

How much is a radiator for a Dodge Neon?

The average cost for a Dodge Neon radiator replacement is between $404 and $427. Labor costs are estimated between $87 and $110 while parts are priced at $317. This range is based on the number and age of Dodge Neon’s on the road.

Why is my 2000 Dodge Neon overheating?

While there are a variety of reasons your Dodge Neon is overheating, the most common 3 are a coolant leak (water pump, radiator, hose etc.), the radiator fan, or a failed thermostat.

What does SXT stand for on Dodge Neon?

Standard XTra
SXT= Standard XTra RT= Road Track SRT= Street and Racing Technology SE= Standard Edition they all are trim package upgrades and some perfomance trim upgrades are just simple like woo grain leather privacy glass heated seats power windows ect…..hope this helps.

When did the Dodge Neon 2000 come out?

Dodge’s small car is larger for 2000, both in exterior dimensions and interior space. The redesigned Neon went on sale last spring as an early 2000 model and, like the previous generation, is available in identical form and prices at Dodge and Plymouth dealers.

What kind of engine does a Dodge Neon have?

Dodge is DaimlerChrysler’s performance-oriented division, and in late 1999 Dodge added a high-performance 2000 Neon R/T model that isn’t shared with Plymouth. The R/T has a 150-horsepower engine, sport suspension and tires and racy exterior trim. Passengers have more room in the new Neon, with Dodge claiming increases in all interior measurements.

Is the coolant in a radiator the same as antifreeze?

Technically speaking, coolant and antifreeze are not always the same thing. You can buy coolant that is not antifreeze and comes in a premixed formulation that you can add directly to your radiator. But, as we said, oftentimes people use either term to refer to the same thing.

What kind of coolant do I need for an older car?

Coolant for Older Cars. Since coolant technology has evolved so much in the last few decades, if you own an older vehicle you need a formula with a special additive to allow chemistries old and new to work together. MaxLife™ Antifreeze/Coolant helps extend the life of higher mileage vehicles with the additive AlugardPlus®.