Question about 1998 Plymouth Voyager
The Van keeps overheating and stays hot we put a new thermostat and a new radiator in it. What else can be the problem? It stays hot and makes an awful sound? You have to let it warm up everytime you leave the house. Sometimes it works and dont overheat but most of the time it overheats and wont cool down until you stop and let it sit forever. Can anyone help me? Thank you.
The radiator cooling fan relay has most likely failed. It is underneath the air cleaner on the frame rail just behind the radiator. NO cooling fan = overheating. This is the first thing i would look at. Best way to tell is when the van gets hot see if the cooling fan is on. You will hear it running if it is coming on. It will set a code for the cooling fan relay also.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
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