Question about 2001 Chrysler LHS
Yes, it is leaking whilst running. You need to locate the source of the leak. Do not drive the car until the leak is repaired as you may overheat and damage the engine.
Posted on Nov 03, 2012
Testimonial: "The leak was located I was told it was leaking from the timing chain cover and a bolt was missing they sealed it and replaced the bolt.Now no antifreeze is on the ground the car has not ran hot but each time i check the overflow container its extremely low so where is it going."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Does any of the heater hoses run thru untop of fender well? I never worked on your type of car, but i have worked on some that had the heater hoses that ran thru there might be worth investagating. When the water pump went out the last time did it leak? and if it did was the coolant running down the fender well like it is now?
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
SOURCE: Car continues to run hot
Sounds like you have a defective water thermostat as long as nothing is seen physically leaking when it is warming up in the first 2-5 minutes.
If you are a do it yourselfer, carefully remove the thermostat without damaging the gasket.
Replace it as preventative maintenance if it has not been replaced from 50-95k miles. It can be lower but that is a good range when you replace one.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
SOURCE: power windows
yes it could, test the relay with a multimeter and check your fuses first. if water got inside the car one of the motors could be fried also. let me know the results
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
if it's coming from the radiator cap your car is overheating,two things could be wrong
#1 thermostat is stack and is not circulating or
#2 that your actuator switch is not engaging the
Posted on May 30, 2009
Ensure that there is no leak, checking all the coolant lines and the radiator.
If there is no leak and the car is consuming coolant liquid, then you may have a faulty head gasket.
What happens is that the head gasket allows coolant leaking and being vapourised inside the engine.
To find out if your head gasket is starting to go you can perform a compression test.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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