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Why is my coolant boiling? how can i fix it?
2004 Dodge Stratus

Why is my coolant boiling? How can I fix it?

(2004 Dodge Stratus)
Hello,
I have a 2004 dodge stratus. My coolant starts to boil when my car heats up, there is no pressure in the radiator line, and the heater runs cold even when the car is hot. This all started about a week ago after I put more coolant in the reservoir.
Any help would be great!
Thank You!
How long have you had this problem? About one week
Tags: dodge, stratus
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on October 05, 2019
Hello, coolant does not in and of itself "boil". If it is bubbling, it is due to air pockets in the cooling system, or possibly exhaust gases getting into the cooling system. It would be best to have a professional evaluate your vehicle as soon as possible.
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on October 05, 2019
Hello, coolant does not in and of itself "boil". If it is bubbling, it is due to air pockets in the cooling system, or possibly exhaust gases getting into the cooling system. It would be best to have a professional evaluate your vehicle as soon as possible.
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