Question about 2004 Dodge Intrepid
Check the condition of the seals in the radiator cap, the coupling hose to the overflow tank, and the tank itself for any cracks. Make sure that water isn't ending up in your oil supply. You might have head gasket problems that allow combustion gases into the cooling system forcing out water and causing overheating. A well-equipped shop will have a test for that problem and can advise on repairs. Good luck!
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
No es necesario , solo toma cuidado si ves que el tanke de agua esta bajando de nivel cada 2 semanas es por que SI tienes una fuga, pero si no tienes ninguna perdida no es necesario poner agua cada dos semanas lo normal es revisar cada 3 meces o cada ves que veas que tu termostato en el tablero te idique q el ahuto esta mas caliente de lo normal
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