Question about 1997 Chrysler LHS
My car started overheating while visiting my girlfriend out of town.After checking the coolant,I reluctantly took it to the local mechanic.After looking at it for only 15 minutes and charging me $40,he told me the relay to my fan was faulty "for some reason" causing it not to turn on when the car heats up.I want to know as much information that I can get to avoid getting ripped off by mechanics I don't know.
Change your thermostat or get it checked out,you need to get that changed or checked when you get yourself a yearly tune-up,like all your other things from fuses to filters..
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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