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Location of the radiator cap for a 99 chrysler 300m

Just need to locate the cap for the raidator to put in stop leak

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There is no ap on the radiator itself the coolant system cap is on the overflow bottle

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When i start my 1998 toyota corolla , the heat indicator rises to nearly quater, then after i drive for 10 miles it gets down . is this normal?

check raidator cap for wear (rubber seal) or it may need to have raidator flushed or themostat replaced.

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I need to no were to put the coolant/antfreeze/in raidator or jug

How about both? If the radiator is low you should fill the radiator and bring the level in the reservoir to its specified level however if the coolant is low perhaps you should pressure test the system and check for any leaks.

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The thermostat don't work where is it located at to put it on the 99 chrysler 300m

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!

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Chrysler 300M: 99 30m Chrysler have the codes po700,po734,po733,po122,po113,po108

108 Map sensor or pcm computer,113 IAT sensor or pcm,122 TP sensor or pcm, 700 Automatic trans computer or pcm, 733 Automatic trans leak or low pressure, 733 leak low pressure Your main computer(pcm) is shot start there. Then possible trans computer shot also(TCM)

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Small leak in radiator and bad cap boiling over into reservoir cant keep it cool or filled i am really in a bad way and need help can i leave out the thermostat temporaly and put plastic on the cap and...

yes you can leave the thermostat out your engine will take longer to warm up ,be careful with that stop leak stuff, as well as stopping leak can be inclined to block radiator maybe there is something else causing it to overheat ?

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Heater core leaking

When the heater core leaks engine coolant, the sure way to fix it is to replace the core. It is a small raidator made much like the engine radiator. You can try radiator "Stop Leak". If it is a very small leak you may get lucky with the stop leak for a while. Sooner or later the core will need replacing.

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I flushed my radator now my drain plug for raidator leaking is leaking how do i replace it and where can i get the part

crazay as its sounds juring the secound world war the american engineers fixing the lorrys/cars/tanks helping to keep the war effourd going on a smalll budged,came across a great way of fixing leaks,put an egg into the water system .adrian,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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99 Chrysler 300M. As there is no visible radiator cap, when I drain the cooling system does it refill through the reservoir?

The reservoir is the traditional top tank of your radiator.

The answer to your question is yes.

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2001 Chrysler 300M Engine Light on all the time

Hello, my engine light was on for a VERY LONG time and everytime I got it checked no one could tell me what the problem was because things always checked out fine. The "code" says its a loose gas cap or something, but it wasnt that. My 300M also was having A HARD TIME STARTING UP for about 8 months and leaking coolant for about a month. I finally found a mechanic who knew what he was doing; 1. Leaking Radiator 2. Coolant found in #2 or #3 cylinder. The cause of this was a busted HEAD GASKET. If your 300M has trouble starting and the Engine light stays on have a mechanic check your engine for a busted head gasket and see if all your cylinders are firing correctly. I had to pay $2600 for a new Head Gasket, Radiator and all new hoses plus labor. CRYING!!!!!!!!!!

I have a 2001 300M 130K - very well kept. Stuff happens...

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