car overheating on 2005 Dodge Magnum

change the waterpump and sealer, thermalstat with gasket, balancer pulley, timing belt, check raditor is fine, fans come on. and the head gaskets are fine so what can it be. Please help?????

by in Houston, TX on April 25, 2013
1 answer 2 comments
ANSWER by on April 26, 2013
From a COLD (overnight) start , with the system closed(cap on) when you start it , can you feel pressure building (or bubbling) in the rad. hose almost immediately? If so , have tested for head gasket leak.
COMMENT by on April 30, 2013
No i dont feel it
COMMENT by on May 01, 2013
Define 'overheating' .......conditions and temp.(over 215F), position of guage needle (if equipped) while driving, but cools down at idle or the opposite , heats up at idle but runs normal at speeds above 40MPH.?
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