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Overheating and has brown goop in water - 1998 Plymouth Voyager

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  • helena_feath Jul 12, 2009

    the air cond. is not hooked up and it seems like the water is not circulating in the raditator

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Sounds like the cooling system needs to be flushed. Any decent corner gas station can do it and it shouldn't take much more than an hour and a half.. A "reverse flush" would be best if you can get it.

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