Engine fuse box

Asked by Tona71516 Feb 28, 2018 at 12:30 PM about the 1997 Plymouth Neon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 1997 Plymouth Neon my engine fuse
box has no power I wanted to know if it matters
what year of a neon fuse box I put in or does it
have to be from a 1997 Plymouth Neon ?

2 Answers


Is the old fuse box badly corroded or physically damaged? That's about the only reason for changing one. Technically any fuse box would work, but one that's the same shape with same mounting points and has labels in correct spot would work best (ie one from the same model/year as your car). If you can't find an OEM one for a 97 Neon, no big deal, just use a generic one or kit one you can get anywhere. Parts stores have them. It goes without saying, you have to replace it exactly right, so have a wiring diagram on hand, take before pictures so you know what went where, and follow a tutorial or guide, plenty of those online.

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I have a question I have a 2000 Plymouth Neon four door I have a fuse that keeps blowing out and when it happens the car shuts down the fuse that gets blown is the number 10 fuse it's blue and it's burned out it keeps happening in the number 10 section it says lldp abs then p t u s o l and engine rlys and engine mod mod can anyone tell me the reason why this fuse keeps burning out in the car keep shutting start right back up

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