Question about 1999 Dodge Stratus
Unless your radiator is leaking badly, or it is plugged, changing the radiator will likely not solve the problem.
Verify that the cooling fan is operational when the engine is at operating temperature. If not, it may be just a fuse. Also, check that the upper radiator hose gets hot and that you can feel coolant flowing through it, when the engine is fully warmed up. If it doesn't, the thermostat is faulty.
The fuse for the horn should be behind a plastic panel on the driver's side end of the dash board. It will likely be a yellow 20A fuse.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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