Question about 1997 Dodge Intrepid
Did you bleed the air oout of the cooling system - Their is a bleeding next to the therostat housing.
1 - When the vehicle is cold remove the rad(tank) cap and top up the level if needed
2 - start the vehicle with the rad cap off and leave the car run until you can see that the therostat has openned(look in tank/rad) to see fuild flow then open the bleeder slowly to let any air out of the cooling system. Once you have coolant flowing out of the bleeder close the bleeder and install the rad/tank cap.
NOTE - Be careful with the engine running and hot Coolant.
You make need to bleeding system 2-3 time to get all the all out. Once all the air is out of the system you problem should be solved. If air returns to the coolant system have the system checked for possible head gasket leaking air into the coolant system
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
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