Question about 1995 Chrysler New Yorker
My 1995 new yorker is over heating. i have replaced the theromstat and bled the system after replacing the thermostat and it was fine for a while. Later found out it did have have a bad cap on the reserve bottle, replaced that. the olny place the cooland is leaking from is the reserve bottle and that is out of the overflow hose. i checked the dip stick and crankcase and it is clear of water or white substance. i am stuck. i can fix it if i knew what it was. wonderig if because of the bad cap would i need to bleed system again? help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It depends on where the leak is coming from. If the water pump is leaking, it has a hole on the bottom of it. You will see a trail of dried anti freeze coming from the bottom of it, indicating a bad water pump. It's best to dry everything off, crank it up and let it come to operating temp and check for where the leak is coming from. It may just be an old hose or loose clamp.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
The correct way to replace the thermostat would be to replace the actual part with a new one, not from a junkyard or anything and put a new gasket in with the new part.
Posted on May 01, 2009
Did your mechanic use a DRB III or equivalent scanner before performing the bleeding procedure after installing the master cylinder? This is a requirement by the manufacturer (Chrysler) when bleeding the brake system.
Posted on May 15, 2009
You are probably low on fluid.
Behind the rear seat is your motor/pump/reservoir combination.
With the top down, fill the reservoir to overflowing with ATF.
Cycle the system a few times and repeat.
Do this till the reservoir will take no more fluid.
Check the lines and cylinders for leaks. If you replace any lines or cylinders, always do them in pairs.
Karl at Topgunwon.com
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
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