Question about 1997 Dodge Intrepid
Make sure that if you have electric fans, that they come on. Usually one fan for normal running and another for when a/c is used. Be sure they both work. If you changed the water pump, did you change the thermostat? This is not required but a real good idea to do both at the same time since you have the coolant out of the system. I would look at doing that as it could be sticking. Just a freak thing that shortly after doing pump, thermostat decides to act up. Not a very expensive fix either. If you have a/c, be sure that there is nothing to hamper air flow accross the condenser and radiator. Sometime leaves and trash can give you a headache when trying to figure out an overheating problem. Use a garden hose on a cool engine, and force water accross both condenser and radiator. Be sure you can see the water go through both,.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
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