Question about 1999 Dodge Durango
No it is not. Is your engine running hot according to temperature gauge? That is the coolant return which means the coolant was too hot coming out of engine and returning to rad for cooling. You obviously have a cooling system problem whether water pump, thermostat, rad, cooling fan etc. Give more details on what happens when starting from cool, and sittting idling, driving etc as far as temperature gauge reads and how hot engine gets. Be careful not to overheat engine, if you haven't already
Posted on Nov 23, 2013
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