Question about 2002 Dodge Stratus
Posted by Anonymous on
Most likely a thermostat issue but it could need a back flush of the radiator system or a problem with the oil circulation. Check your radiator level, replace the Thermostat and make sure your oil is at the proper level. Also, make sure your fans are working correctly. When the motor is off see if the fan moves freely. That will tell you if the clutch is engaging correctly when the vehicle is moving. it it isn't then you are actually putting a larger strain on your motor when driving than the cooling system was designed to cool.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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