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I replaced the radiator and water pump, there is no foam or bubbles in the coolant and no steam from the exhaust so I don't believe it is a blown head gasket. It does not overheat in park, only while driving and it quickly cools back down when stopped (like at a stop sign.) Any input or info on known issues is appreciated! Thanks in advance!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my monte carlo overheats when idle but no signs of a blown head gasket nor water in oil. the temp gauge will go up to half way then the radiator fans will come on. when i'm driving it will go down to
When the engine is "over heating" are the radiator cooling fans running on high speed?
Has there been any engine work performed on the vehicle lately?
Let me know.
Posted on May 01, 2009
SOURCE: 2001 dodge durango 4.7L SLT
Well the only thing you haven't replaced is the water pump. The impellar can dislogde from the shaft or completely disinerate. this is not common but I have seen it. Mostly the impellar spinning on the shaft. this is one of those jobs you just have to take it apart and see. No way to check it that I know of.
Posted on Jun 16, 2011
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