Question about 2003 Dodge Intrepid
I was driving uphill, when i pushed on the gas pedal to give the car extra power to make it up the hill the car started steaming.
i didnt have far to get home so got there, and lifted the hood. there was a lot of steam and a brownish water all over.
on the front part of the car there was a part that had a type of screw or bolt stickin out of it. a friend had told me that had something to do with bleeding things.
but that had popped off.
That was probably the bleeder screw for the cooling system take any thing that is left of the screw out and clean the treads and put a new one in. it came out because the vehicle overheated have the system serviced and make sure there is plenty of antifreze in it
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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