1998 Plymouth Neon Repair Question
My back up lights don't work. i understand there's a sensor on the transmission that may need replacing and the you can access by removing battery. ca
Manual or automatic transmission?
Did you check the bulbs and fuses?
automatic and yes i checked
NEUTRAL START/BACK-UP LIGHT SWITCH
Removal & Installation
1. Disconnect harness connector from neutral start/back-up light switch, located on side of transaxle case. See Fig. 1 .
2. Unscrew and remove neutral start/back-up light switch and seal from transaxle case. Some ATF may drain when switch is removed.
3. To install, reverse removal procedure using NEW seal. Tighten neutral start/back-up light switch to 25 ft.lbs. Fill transaxle to proper fluid level with ATF.
well i replaced the switch and that didn't fix it. any other ideas?
At the switch there are 2 wires, White ( check for battery voltage with ignition switch turned on) and Violet/Black (going to reare bulbs.
If voltage is available at White wire, use a fused wire to jumop across both terminals and turmn ignition switch on to test if bulb lights up.
If battery voltage is not available, check the Fuse # 8 (10A) in fuse block.
thank you KHLow2008 for helping me. it might be wednesday b4 i get a chance to check that but i appreciate your help
You're welcome. Keep me posted of how it goes.
i got it, there was a bad wire to the plug, thanks for your help