Question about Chrysler Sebring
Well, a gurgling noise means that the antifreeze/coolant is boiling over somewhere due to high heat.
I would get an antifreeze/coolant tester from your local parts store and check the strength of the antifreeze. It should be 50/50 coolant to water ratio according to the balls that float inside of the tester. If there's too much water, it will boil over even though the temp gauge says things are fine.
Also, when was the last time the system was flushed and replaced with new coolant. Should do it every 1 or 2 years ideally, but not more than 5 year intervals to make sure sediment doesn't build up in the system.
If you use green coolant it shouldn't look like it's watery to the naked eye.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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