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your car is overheating-may be a number of things-blown head gasket would cause bad running and bubbling sounds-have you noticed antifreeze leak out-have you noticed a sweet smell,hot antifreeze-cheers Denny
No, Your radiator has many small ports which when antifreeze is mixed with oil or transmission fluid creates a chocolate milk looking mixture. This will not cool your engine as it needs resulting in overheating, and or blowing of your head gasket
Jacquelin! The thermostat n a 3.5 Chrysler 300M is on the block right next to, and toward the front of the engine by the oil filter. Yes, that sems a bit strange, but then I'm not a bit surprised about this engine any more. As the big radiator hose leaves the radiator finding its' way toward the block, it terminates at a traditional "goose neck" at the block behind the power steering pump- only accessible by removing the oil filter and using an extension and a u joint BUT FIRST: lower the anti freeze in the system by draining some fluid. But anyway- THAT'S where it is. Have fun, fix it up and GO!
When was the last time you changed the fluid and filter? It could be dirty inside and in need of fresh oil. Chrysler 4 trans fluid ONLY. NO other fluid will do. Just between you and I, did you add the Mercon fluid by mistake??? It's okay to admit it! Anyway, change the fluid AND the filter and see how she behaves in the morning. Let us know if this helped. If it doesn't, further diagnostics may be needed.