Question about 2000 Mitsubishi Galant
Sounds like a suction problem between the cap which acts as a valve and when pressurized allows coolant to go into the reservoir but lack of suction not sucking it back in when it cools down but you say you got a new cap.
I'd look for a leak in the cooling system and make sure you daily check radiator while cold and remove cap and make sure coolant is topped off. Recap.
A good idea is make sure you don't have air pockets in the coolant lines. Easiest way to get rid of is park aimed uphill, let car cool off, take cap off, put a funnel that fits right into the radiator cap to hold coolant that will rise and run the car for a few minutes. Recap properly
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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