Question about 2006 Chrysler Newport
Possibly, but not likely. More probable would be either a restriction in the coolant flow (part of a gasket, rust, etc) caught in the thermostat or perhaps around the water pump. is there ANY chance that you put the thermostat in up-side-down? This happens very frequently. The temperature bulb must go into the engine and NOT toward the housing. The flow is from the engine up and out to the radiator. If the thermostat is in backwards, the hot water isn't sensed by the thermostat, therefore it won't open up. As for the timing, as I remember, I THINK it is about 6 degrees advanced. You can leave the vacuum advance hose connected. Very long time ago, and an incredibly high quality memory, but very low quantity! Good Luck.
Posted on May 15, 2008
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