cooling system on 2004 Chrysler Sebring

The coolant in the recovery tank is boiling and steaming. I replaced the thermostat, drained all the air out of the system. replaced radiator. still have the problem, whats next.

by in Tulare, CA on February 16, 2011
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ANSWER by on February 16, 2011
I'm suspicious that you have a blown headgasket allowing combustion gasses into the cooling system. Get the car checked by a Chrysler specialist for a blown head gasket. Here's a directory link for you: https://repairpal.com/directory?address=93274&car_brand_names=Chrysler
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COMMENT by on March 15, 2011
my 2000 was doing that as well and overheated. Turned out to be the fan sensor. I just kept the a/c button pushed in till I was able to have it fixed.
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