1995 to 1999 Neon Tune-Up Part Numbers

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1995 to 1999 Neon Tune-Up Part Numbers

Post by 7angofragger » Fri Nov 21, 2008 7:47 pm

Dont know if this will help anyone, but i was bored at work today and i decided to compile a list of parts and part numbers for our 1GN's...
All these part numbers are from AutoZone... I work there... if you prefer other parts houses, you can still have them cross any of these numbers... I know for a fact that Advance Auto and Oreilly's can through their computers... it takes seconds.. we do it everyday...

Factory Air Filter: 1995 -1999 : SOHC/DOHC : Dodge/Plymouth
STP: SA3660
Fram: CA3660
K&N: 33-2087
Fram Tough Guard: TGA3660
Beck Arnley: 042-0323

Oil Filter: 1995 -1999 : SOHC/DOHC : Dodge/Plymouth
Bosch: 3330
STP: S3614
Fram: PH3614
Fram Tough Guard: TG3614
Mobil 1: M1-102
K&N: HP-1002
AC-Delco: PF53S

Alternator: 1995-1997 : SOHC/DOHC : Dodge/Plymouth
14257
Alternator: 1998-1999 : SOHC/DOHC : Dodge/Plymouth
12101

Oxygen Sensor: 1995-1996 : Before Catalytic Converter : SOHC/DOHC : Dodge/Plymouth
13275 (Bosch, OE Connector)
Oxygen Sensor: 1997-1999: Before Catalytic Converter: SOHC/DOHC : Dodge
15705 (Bosch, OE Connector)
Oxygen Sensor: 1997 : Before Catalytic Converter: SOHC/DOHC : Plymouth
15705 (Bosch, OE Connector)
Oxygen Sensor: 1998-1999 : Requires Only 1 Oxygen Sensor : SOHC/DOHC : Plymouth
15705 (Bosch, OE Connector)
Oxygen Sensor: 1995-1999 : After Catalytic Converter: SOHC/DOHC : Dodge
13315 (Bosch, OE Connector)
Oxygen Sensor: 1995-1997: After Catalytic Converter: SOHC/DOHC : Plymouth
13315 (Bosch, OE Connector)

PCV Valve: 1995-1997 : SOHC/DOHC : Dodge/Plymouth
PC134 or PCV1206

Fuel Filter: 1995-1997 : SOHC/DOHC : Dodge/Plymouth
FF875

Spark Plugs: 1995-1999 : SOHC/DOHC : Dodge/Plymouth
Bosch Iridium Fusion: 4501
Bosch Platinum +4: 4418
Bosch Platinum +2: 4301
Bosch Platinum Plus: 4002
Bosch Super Plus: 7927
Autolite Xtreme: XP3923
Autolite Platinum: AP3923
Autolite Resistor: 3923
NGK Premium Platinum: 4793
NGK GP Series: 7092
NGK IX Series: 6418
NGK V Power: 6962
NGK Standard: 3783
AC Delco Platinum: 41-801
AC Delco: FR1LS
Champion Platinum Power: 3344
Champion: 344
Denso Premium: 3292
Denso Iridum: 5304
Champion Iridium: 9007
Pulstar: BE-1
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1995 Turbo Base

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Re: 1995 to 1999 Neon Tune-Up Part Numbers

Post by JKat » Sat Nov 22, 2008 5:39 am

good info!
for those of us (Me!) who can't/don't have all the basic part numbers committed to memory, i've bookmarked this thread :)

btw...what about wires? (but, there is another thread somewhere on here dedicated to talking about which wires do what and have what resistance and so forth).
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Re: 1995 to 1999 Neon Tune-Up Part Numbers

Post by 7angofragger » Sat Nov 22, 2008 12:27 pm

Ill get the wire part numbers today... Any other parts (ie starter, seals, gaskets, belts) just ask.
You Know You Drive An Srt 4 when you cant decide whether or not to call it a 'effin neon' or an 'SRT-4'. Depending on the last time it broke down.

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1995 Turbo Base

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