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1995 dodge intrepid overheating problem

After changing radiator,waterpump,timingbelt,hoses,rad.cap,and thermostat the car still overheats.what should i look for next.

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  • Anonymous Aug 10, 2008

    Well My Car Contines to "OverHeat"

  • Anonymous Aug 20, 2008

    I have the same problem with overheating.My fans are eratic.I have switched the hi and low speed relays with no change.The fans used to run on hi only all the time .Now they seam to be intermitent.How are they controlled and what needs to be replaced so they operate properly.





  • dougsmo Dec 12, 2008

    Same problem with my 1995 Dodge Intrepid.



    I tested my Hi / Low fan relays, they're fine. I tested the fan motors, they're fine. I blead the coolent lines, steady flow. Temp gage works fine. Fuses are fine. I tried to bypass the fan relays and still can get them to work.



    Can you bypass the relay switch with the battery? Will the fans kick on?



    I think I'm down to wiring. Unless someone thinks I may have missed something.



    Where is the ground for the fan's?

  • djudy May 17, 2009

    I have the same problem but want to try everything else before its the possible head gasket. If its a head gasket would I have water in the oil or oil in the water?

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    intallation time on repair?

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    Waterpump working good

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    I changed the radiator and the thermostat but the car is still over heating the fan doesn't come on should I change the waterpump or do u think its a sensor

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    lost radiator cap i overheated replacded it and car still overheats

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I have had trhis problem for months. Replaced everything and just found out it was air in the system. I purchased a tool take sucks all the fluids out of the cooling system into a bucket along with any air. Once the all the air is sucked out you reverse the the flow and it sucks the coolent back into the reserve and it works great after that. Has not over heated for weeks.

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I currently am having the same issue. I have traced the issue back to the fans. The fans would not kick on so i let it run to almost overheating temperature, and checked the fans.... nothing was working. I slammed the hood to test a wild hair idea that one of the wires or the fans wasnt getting power. When i slammed the hood, The fans kicked on and the temp. dropped. So now its on to wire chasing.

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There are coolant sensors on the top near the thermostat housing. Check it with a volt meter. Or just buy an new one their not that expensive. Good luck.

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You may have a blown head gasket, but by far the easiest and most common problem is air in the system...if you look at the top of your thermostat housing you'll see an air fitting, with the engine warm (I prefer it running) simply loosen up that little breather and the air will escape. When water starts coming out at a steady stream, shut it. You may have to do it a few times to get all the air out, but it's worth it in the long run. If you've overheated the engine too much or too many times, you may have a faulty head or head gasket, which is an expensive repair. Try the air release first....

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

Your water hose is kenked

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Make sure fans are working

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