2003 Dodge Stratus Q&A
2003 Dodge Stratus Question: over heating
There is a Technical Service Bulletin (TSB) 24-002-04 Rev. A. to address the issues of poor A/C and Heater performance. Erratic operation of the A/C and heater systems including: Lack of cold air; Lack of hot air; Unrequested mode change - Automatic Temperature Control (ATC) only); No control of mode or temperature control; Tapping noise from blend door. REPAIR PROCEDURE: With the vehicle at room temperature 50° to 80° F., remove the Fuse #1 and Fuse #11 (M-1) circuit fuse for ten minutes to erase DTCs. 2. Install the M-1 circuit fuses and start the vehicle, this will initiate the HVAC system calibration. Allow approximately five minutes for the calibration to complete. 3. Operate the vehicle and HVAC system to verify that Symptoms and/or DTCs are gone. If tapping noise or Blend Stall/Feedback DTCs re-occur, additional diagnosis will be required. Other things to consider are; Faulty water pump, Pinched or kinked heater hoses, Improper heater hose routing, Plugged heater hoses or supply and return ports at the cooling system connections, A plugged heater core, Air locked heater core or air in cooling system. - Johnny Mopar
over heated and now the car will not start and when you try starting it it turn over the engine but with the radiator cap off it blows water out 2 ft high
when i drive my car it over heats but when checking the temp under the hood it reads normal. the thermostat is also new. could it be the radiator?
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i have a dodge stratus it over heats and i have a leak coming from the drivers side of the car on top of the block close to the hose from the engine to im not sure where but i need serious help do...