Voting Question: 1994 chrysler town and country heat/overheating issue.?

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  • Voting Question: 1994 chrysler town and country heat/overheating issue.?


Answer #1 | 18/12 2013 23:54
i think you didnt bleed the cooling system properly.
Answer #2 | 19/12 2013 00:43
We have coolant loss and this needs rectification. We may? Have an air lock issue. Replace filler cap as cheap and can lose coolant. Check under hood after stopping for water leak or anti freeze staining. That can pinpoint leaks eg underside vent hole of water pump. Check for white smoke from exhaust.. Check oil, we may? Have head gasket leak.
Answer #3 | 19/12 2013 00:45
Service your coolant and replace your radiator cap with a factory one. If it does not work, have it checked by a mechanic for a coolant pressure test to find the leak.
Answer #4 | 19/12 2013 09:54
You've done the first worst thing: Adding some "Leak repair.." into the cooling system ... Now these are the "Things" that may cause the problems on the vehicle: Replace the radiator cap first ! Is the radiator fan is function normal ? 1- Air in the cooling system or low coolant. 2- Intake gaskets are leaking causing coolant is burning "Inside" the engine combustion chambers. 3- The heater core need a flushing to clean or clogged up: Replace it! 4- Head gaskets are leaking. A pressure test is in need or testing for Hc present in the cooling system. 5- The dash has to come off to replace the broken vent doors after verification that it's broken. Hope it help ! If not: There is always a repair shop is around the corner. Good luck!

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