Question about 2001 Dodge Intrepid
Car over heated and shut off . was low on water . wont start it is still hot . will i need to do anything to start it after it cools down ?
Make sure when you add coolant to system, that you have heater running while filling it and be sure to bleed all air out of system. Keep a real close eye on coolant level for a while as you may have caused worse damage, and if you keep having to add coolant. It would also be smart to change thermostat before refilling system, but if not, keep a close eye on temperature gauge for a while to make sure it doesn't go too high, or jump erratically from cold to hot, indicating faulty thermostat. Check oil often as well.
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