cant figure this one out. opened radiator(resivor) as there is no radiator cap on radiator to check fluid. put cap back on now overheats. cracked bleeder screw loose even took out and only thing comes out is steam no fluid. everything worked fine before i checked fluid though. cant believe it is the thermostat just happened to go bad at the same time. ANY IDEAS????
overheating??? on 1998 Chrysler Concorde
by 70Badcat in Syracuse, NY on August 10, 2010
ANSWER by mastertech6371 on August 10, 2010
coolant s low. air means low coolant level. fill to proper level and bleed system with engine off. will draw air into system with it running Roy
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