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Your most likely problem is a bad head gasket.If you used the bleeders to remove the air from the vehicle and your are sure you got all the air out and you still have no heat and the coolant keeps coming out the over flow bottle.Then the head gasket is bad.Usually the rear head head.But I have also had the front head go bad.The best is to replace both gaskets.You should also have the heads checked to make sure they are not warped if the engine ran hot.Hope this helps.Good luck.Let me know if you have anymore questions.
Follow top radiator hose to motor. Thermostat is under housing that rad hose is clamped to. Drain antifreeze from rad after it has cooled down. There should be a drain **** on rad bottom. Using proper size socjket and ratchet, take out the bolts holdng housing then remove thermostat. Put new thermostat in same way as old one, put on a new gasket and replace housing. Be careful not to overtighten housing bolts. Refill with new antifreeze.
Might be blown head gasket. Is there oil in the coolant or coolant in the oil? Either of these would tell you that.
Also the exhust can get into the coolant and make the coolant low all the time.
I had two Chrysler products that the exhaust forced coolant out and had a bad head gasket.
A tee is located to the right hand side of the intake manifold, on top you should see the coolant system cap, its silver in color and is about 2-3 inches in diameter. This tee is the thermostat housing, it goes to your radiator and engine block, remove it from the block and you should see the thermostat. Remember when replacing the thermostat, the spring side goes into the block!
2.0L and 2.4L it is under where the upper rad hose hooks to the engine. 2.5L it is under where the lower rad hose hooks to the engine.
YOU MUST REMOVE UPPER RAD SUPPORT TO REMOVE COOLING FANS..REMOVE ALL 10MM,13MM HEADED BOLTS..REMOVE 4 HEADLAMP SCREWS..7MM HEAD..THERE ARE 2 PLASTIC RIVETS THAT MUST BE CUT OFF AS WELL..HOOD LATCH CAN STAY WITH SUPPORT,LAY BACK ON TOP OF ENGINE OR REMOVE IT..MARK LOCATION ON SUPPORT..REMOVE 4 BOLTS FROM FAN ASSEMBLY,UNPLUG IT..IT ALSO COMES OUT EASIER WITH UPPER RAD HOSE DISCONNECTED..1 CLIP ON TOP OF FAN HOUSING AS WELL
temperature switch its on the engine follow your top big rad hose to the engine and the switch should be beside the rad hose or thermostat housing. Its around 15 dollars for a new one but first make sure the switch is plugged in.