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Car Problem Reports
Chrysler 300M Poor Heat Output Due to Air in Cooling System After Service
Chrysler 300M Problem
Average Mileage: 100,666 mi (13,000 mi - 157,000 mi)
Visitor, 2001 Chrysler 300M, 122,000 mi
a/c works fine, no warm air any suggestions.
Visitor, 2001 Chrysler 300M
heating up engine water coming back threw resv drain hole
low heat output and the engine overheats. Replaced water pump, radiator, fans and still over heats
Visitor, 2004 Chrysler 300M, 150,000 mi
Car begins to overheat but will level out if I slow down and keep the heat on full blast. There hasn't been any leaking that I have found. Antifreeze is full and fresh. Problem had yet to be solved
Visitor, 1999 Chrysler 300M, 157,000 mi
i did the head gasket , replace water pump,radiator,thermostat,coolan sensor and the anteefreze start boiling after 5 minutes
purged cooling system to replace radiator. Since doing so engine overheats immediately upon starting. Temperature gauge on panel says in normal operating range. New gauge shows going over 200 degrees? Lower radiator hose doesnt get hot till 190 degrees. Replaced thermostat and original temp sensor. have not yet figured out what to do.
engine overheating without notice. temp gauge does not reflect overheating.