2000 Chrysler Town & Country Q&A

2000 Chrysler Town & Country Question: over heating

My car started to over heat, it does'nt look like anything is leaking -
Answer 1
sounds like a BAD head gasket if over 100k miles. -
Answer 2
I will forward you an article I wrote for Repair pal that is not yet published. I will forward it to the email address you posted this question from. -
Answer 3
did you check to see that you fan is work also if you us your ac both fan shoild work if both fan dont work when ac is it well over haet -
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