Question about 2000 Chrysler LHS
My 1997 LHS overheats I change out the thermostat. and my fan works. what else can I look at.
You must bleed the system of air when opening up the cooling system. The bleeder screw is at the top of the thermostat housing.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
If you dont physically see or smell any antifreeze your more than likely experiencing water pump failure, if not that you may have heater core issues, check the interior on the passenger side closest to the front console floor if its wet you have a heater core issue if not have your cooling system pressure checked for anything else.
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