How To: Replace a Dodge Neon Starter

This video explains briefly where to find the starter on a first generation Neon (also known as Plymouth Breeze). Fairly simple to perform, only requires jack stands, metric ratchet set with extension, and a Philips head screwdriver... and a new starter!

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