Question about 2000 Dodge Durango
I have changed the thermostat and I replaced the main top radiator hose with the cap on it and it is still over heating. What could cause this to still be over heating.
Have you checked your rad fans? Rad flow? Rad condition? Possible water pump problem if those check out good.
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
On the radiator cap there is a small hose that goes to the reservoir. Ocationally it gets clogged not permitting the built-up pressure to release. Disconnect this small hose and try blowing into it, you should be able the hear the bubbles in the reservoir. If you cannot blow into it or hear the bubbles, apply air pressure or water pressure with a garden hose. This should eliminate one probable a most missed problems for the overheating.If overheating continues, the culprit may be the waterpump or the thermostat.
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