Question about 1992 Dodge Caravan
You have a bad thermostat, water pump, fan, fan belt or a clog somewhere in the system (radiator could be clogged even though water may flow through it, it may be restricted and need to be flushed). If you were low with your anti-freeze water mixture, the engine can still overheat as well. Check your level, add what you need, start the van and drive it locally, watching the water temp gauge. If that doesn't work, you might want to stop by a repair center life Firestone or Goodyear and ask for them to diagnose the problem. They will tell you what is wrong and the price to fix it. Now that you know the problem and cost, you can either do it yourself or if the price is right have them do the repair. As long as you have a indicator light like check engine or something similar, Autozone will hook up a code reader and tell you exactly what the problem is for free in the hopes of selling you parts for the repair. I hope this helps and good luck!
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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