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Over heating I have a 98 neon that always over heats. I tried adding coolant but it does not help. I'm also noticing alot of coolant leaking out. I've tried bars leak and it didn't help.

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Try flushing out the radiator.

Posted on Jul 19, 2008

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My truck is using alot of water. I have not noticed it leaking on the ground. But I can always tell the water is low when my heat stops working. I add coolant & the heat works again. Where could t


The heat stops because there is not enough antifreeze to run through the heater core in the cab. The symptoms you are describing sound like the head gasket is leaking antifreeze into the cylinders and it is turning to steam a going out the exhaust. You need to check the oil and be sure that it is not milky looking. That would mean that the coolant is leaking into the oil pan too and that is very bad. Also you need to know that antifreeze will destroy the catalytic converter and it wont pass emissions. You are looking at several thousand dollars worth of repairs.

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My temp is normal new tstat not noticed any coolant leaking anywhere. But I get a smell of antifreeze as soon as you turn heat on also heat doesn't get hot all the time any help?


If you smell coolant inside when you turn the heat its, because your heat condenser is leaking. You won't notice it because the drain port is outside at passenger side. You must have a very slow leak for now but eventually, it will get bigger then you will notice it.

Nov 15, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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I have a 98 accord and don't have heat I've done


check for flow through heater core, also check mode doors

Sep 03, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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My 98 neon overheats when thermostat is installed


Check the electric fan for operation. Also check for a possible clogged system.

May 17, 2012 | 1998 Plymouth Neon

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Hi, I just bought a 1995 neon, and i can only drive it for about 20 minutes before she burns up. In less than 24 hours i have put 2 and a half to 3 big bottles of coolant it works for a little bit but then...


If you don't see any coolant leaking, but are adding several gallons, it could be a head gasket. It may also be leaking out of the overflow tube if it is just dumping out when it over heats. If this is the case, then It's either a thermostat or a water pump. The thermostat is relatively inexpensive and is located right on top of the engine at the engine end of the upper radiator hose. Relatively easy to change. This would be a good start.

Dec 02, 2010 | 1995 Dodge Neon

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Heater not working,engine smells hot,temp gauge stays in blue zone


A. Do you have a Coolant Leak causing the smell? What is the Radiator Coolant Fluid Level? Have you been adding alot of Fluid?
OR
B. Replace the Thermostat. The Thermostat is stuck closed.

Either one A. or B. causing the:
1. Engine to overheat, because there is not enough fluid or the thermostat is stuck closed not allowing fluid to circulate.
2. Heat is not working because the heated (hot coolant) is not travelling to the heater core.

Jan 11, 2010 | 2002 BMW 3 Series

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Three cars in my house leak antifreeze, all three around 100k miles. car1.leaks slowly, warms a little 98 lumina. Dad say water pump. car2. leaks alot, warms really nice 99 lumina. car3. leaks alot, been...


SOUND LIKE RADIATOR HOSES AND RADIATOR.ONLY WAY TO CHECK IS FILL UP RADIATOR WITH COOLANT.CRANK UP CAR UNTIL WARMS UP.LET RADIATOR PRESSURE BUILD UP.THEN TURN OFF CAR.LOOK FOR WATER LEAKS AT RADIATOR HOSES AND AROUND THE RADIATOR.

Jan 07, 2010 | 1997 Ford Taurus

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Coolant leak/ squeak/ no heat


The squeak you hear is because coolant is leaking onto the belt making it slip and that is the squeak you hear. The reason your heater isn't working is because the coolant is low enough that it isn't able to circulate through the heater core and heat your car. If you are losing a gallon of coolant a week, I would guess you either have a coolant hose with a leak or your water pump is going bad and starting to leak. It could be getting weak which also would cause you to not have heat. I would get it fixed soon before the pump shells out on you and your engine overheats which could cause more damage to the engine.

Good luck

Mar 28, 2009 | 2008 Cadillac Escalade

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2000 Dodge Neon Radiator Swap


If rad/cooling system runs low on coolant, it will starve heater core of hot coolant that it needs to put out heat. Fill rad, with heater on, and cap off, to bleed out any air in system while you run it for a while with cap off, and see if that doesn't give you heat back.

Nov 24, 2008 | 1998 Dodge Neon

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Overheating


It could be your head gasket.

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