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2007 PT CRUISER. NO HEAT. NO LEAK. OVERHEATING.

So one day I realize I can't change my heat setting off of defrost. Then a month later my car starts overheating on the freeway. I'm not leaking coolant, BUT the air is blowing cold. May get hot for just a second then goes back cold. Replaced the radiator a little over a year ago...Now what?

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did you check the fluid level by removing the rad. cap? Radiator should be full to top. If Chryslers are low on coolant, the heater will not blow warm air.

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SOURCE: I have a 2002 pt cruiser that was overheating. I

The best way is to do a chemical hydrocarbon dye test at the shop.

This can rule out leaking headgasket.
You did not state the odometer reading....a 2002 should has 70,000+ miles.

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Check the fan relay(s).

Turn A/C on and see is the fan coming on.

Is the fan fully operational?
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The last odd ball item is the water pump.

In the past,I saw turbine of the water is totally worn out and looks perfectly OK on the outside and shows no sign of leak.

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