Question about 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager
After driving for a while temperature gauge goes straight to red. to get the gauge back to normal, i have to stop and let the van cool down on its own or drive with the heat on. its getting too hot to keep doing this.
Have you determined that you're cooling fan is operating? If so, check to see if your coolant level is full. If not, your fan switch is not operating properly.
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