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I have a 2008 Chrysler Sebring Limited Edition Convertible since purchase have had hell recently the convertor top finally was fixed after 3 years of problems, now warranty is up weird or maybe not the car has begun overheating the coolant I don't see any liss on the ground. Just last week Friday I filled the coolant container with coolant , and yesterday get ad my car towed to the dealer because it began overheating just for driving not even 5 miles I immediately parked the vehicle had it towed and Carmax so far stating they don't know what's happening they pressure tested it and it seems fine. anyone please help me......

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It sounds to me as if you have a bad HEAD GASKET. You coolant is blowing out your exhaust pipe. GOOD LUCK FRIEND.

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Sounds like the radiator fan is not working. Or if it is and it uses some sort of clutch, then the fan air is not sufficient to cool the radiator. To verify, pls jump/hardwire the radiator fan temporarily to be always on with the engine running. this would mean providing a direct connection to the IGN B+12 and the other to the ground. Try, if it still overheats, then problem is elsewhere; if overheating stops, then it cold be;

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Problem with this is that it could be a number of things, have ur water pump checked, open the radiator and see if there is water running through it, a bad or plugged thermostat, in this case it does sound like a blown head gasket. id suggest flushing the radiator with some cleaner that u can buy at the store and check n see if ur thermostat is stuck, hope for the best and expect the worst

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If you need a manual, you need a factory manual. Aftermarket manuals seldom address the convertible top.
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