Question about 1997 Chrysler LHS
You have the cart before the horse ... the coolant is being pushed out because the car is over heating ... not the car is over heating because the coolant is being pushed out.
When the coolant gets hot ... too hot ... it expands and it has to go somewhere. If your car is overheating, there is a reason for it ... clogged radiator, insufficient coolant ... extreme environmental heat ... blocked radiator ... too much demand on the cooling system due to heavy loading ...
You need to have a professional mechanic take a look for the real reason your car is overheating ... BEFORE YOU DAMAGE YOUR ENGINE AND COOLING SYSTEM.
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Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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