Question about 2001 Chrysler Voyager
I would say that it's probably one of two possibilities. First, there is the possibility that there is a very fine crack in your radiator or perhaps one of your hoses is leaking that is only allowing a small amount of pressurized vapor out. The other possibility is that perhaps your coolant level was low before the minor accident and that your thermostat is sticking and is allowing the coolant to escape through your coolant over-flow reservoir while driving instead of allowing the coolant to fully circulate through your engine. The only other possibility that I can come up with is only possible if you have rear heater controls that run off of a 2nd heater core. In that case, there would be a couple more hoses to check for leaks. My best suggestion would be to have your coolant system injected with a UV dye and then pressure tested to the proper PSI. If there is a leak in your system, this will find it and tell you the extent of the problem and how much, if at all, it will cost to repair it. Hope this helps! Have a great day!
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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