Neon L4-2.0L SOHC (1995)
Radiator Cooling Fan Control Module: All Technical Service Bulletins
Engine Cooling Fan - Vehicle Overheating
EFFECTIVE DATE: Mar. 28, 1997
Vehicle Overheats And/or A/C Inoperative With No MIL Illumination
1995 - 1996 (PL) Neon
Vehicle overheats (cold/warm weather) during stop and go driving or at an extended idle, and/or A/C becomes inoperative with no malfunction indicator
light (MIL) illuminated. Radiator fans are not operating.
Visually inspect the RFI connector and RFI filter module for signs of damage. If damage is found proceed to repair procedure. If no damage is found,
proceed to cooling system diagnosis in the 1997 Neon Service Manual (Publication Number 81-270-7025) beginning on page 7-8. (See Illustration)
RFI Fan Filter Module
Connector Package, Radiator Fan Motor
This bulletin involves the replacement of the RFI fan filter module and connector.
Record all radio pre-sets.
Disconnect the battery cables from the battery and body ground cable from the upper radiator closure panel (near center of car).
See instructions and warnings in the 1997 Neon Service Manual (Publication Number 81-270-7025) on Page 8A-9. Remove and set aside:
upper radiator mounts
Disconnect the left radiator fan motor. Remove and set aside the left radiator fan module assembly (two upper screws).
Disconnect the radiator fan motor feed wiring connector from the right fan motor RFI filter assembly (Illustration).
Remove the entire right radiator fan module assembly (two screws). Place the fan module assy face-down on a bench.
Radiator Fan Motor Connector (On Vehicle):
Cut off the existing wiring connector directly behind the insulator and remove about 6 inches of tape. Slip the two fan wires from the convolute