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Question by Rayoma
Submitted on 10/8/2003
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I have a 1995 Chrysler.   Having problems with it over heating.  Have changed the radiator cap, thermostat, and the coolant sensor.  Still having problems.  Any help out there?
Thank you.

Answer by jmiller126
Submitted on 2/7/2004
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When your car is cold, take the radiator cap off.  Not the one on the expansion tank, the one on the radiator or motor.  Start the car and watch the fluid in the cap.  If it has air bubbles coming out of it your head gasket has a leak to the cylinder.  This will suck small amounts of coolant into a cylinder on vacuum, and blow small amounts of exhaust into the colant during detonation.  Usually, you will see your expansion tank slowly fill up, and sometimes overflow, and it never seems to suck back into the motor.  This is known to happen on 4 cylinder chrysler motors depending on the exact motor you have.


Answer by tommy
Submitted on 7/18/2005
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it is most likely your water pump


Answer by coffee
Submitted on 9/6/2005
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ur rad fan is not working


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