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2006 chrysler sebring 2.7. I replaced the coolant air bleeder, because the joint failed, and now I can't get the coolant to stay in the system. It just keeps running hot. No hot air on the heater, idiot gauge reads under 50 %. Any ideas??

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I have a 2005 Chrysler Sebring and it's bubbling up where the water goes only sometimes and it's not running hot what could be the problem


if your getting air bubbles when the car is off, you either have air in your cooling system or a coolant leak some where. You can try bleeding the cooling system. See the link below.
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If its bubbling when the engine is running, you may have a bad head gasket. You should check for combustion gasses in the coolant.

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Apr 11, 2018 | Chrysler Cars & Trucks

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Toyota Corrolla 1995. The heater does not work, I replaced the thermostat and have put a lot of antifreeze.


bleed cooling system, probably there is air trapped in the heater core preventing warm coolant to circulate into the heater core. try this
1 open radiator cap fill coolant and put heater in hi heat
2 start engine and wait until you see the coolant start to circulate
3 squeeze hose several times watching if coolant volume decrease
4 add more coolant and repeat 3 until coolant volume stays same or start overflowing.
5 check if heater giving off warm air or repeat 3 and 4 until warm air blows on heater.
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or find the coolant bleeder screw, do 1 and 2
open bleeder screw until coolant come out, do this several times until no air comes out when opening bleeder screw, fill coolant in radiator.

Dec 11, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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2004 2.7 L leaking water around the top of the engine coolant air bleeder


Replace the coolant air bleeder, front and center top of the engine. Remove the 10mm bolts holding the air intake down, prop it a a few inches, take the four bolts out and the two bolts holding the top radiator hose to it, polish ip the top of the motor where the pice sits bolt it back together. It took me about ten minutes to put in the new one. The part from advanced auto was 39 bucks, comes with a new o ring for the top hose, it is a piece of cake.

May 07, 2012 | 2004 Chrysler Sebring

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I have a 4 door 2001 sebring. coolant was bubbling, i replaced the cap. bleeder housing and thermostat, and it is still bubbling and now running hot


You have asked this question before, run a test for hydrocarbons in the cooling system...takes about 15 minutes or less...if the test is positve you have cylinder blowby. Do you understand?
I hope this answers your question about the bubbles.

Jul 15, 2011 | 2001 Chrysler Sebring

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2006 chysler sebring has no heat. Is the


a sticking thermostat will cause the heat to be cold, that bleeder screw is to help purge the air out of the cooling system, when you add coolant to the radiator loosen this screw a bit and it will let the air out of the system, loosen the screw and add water until you get just water coming out, not bubbles, if it has bubbles coming out all the air isnt out of the system, try this first before replacing thermostat as air in the system will have an effect on the system

Jan 16, 2011 | 2006 Chrysler Sebring

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Fan comes on on my sebring 2004 convertible when ac is on and when I disconnect from coolant air bleeder. Fan doesn't come in during normal run


You need to replace the coolant sensor,and bleed all the air out of the coolant system.The coolant sensor does not sense air,or hot moster,only pure solid coolant,or water.

Oct 09, 2009 | 1998 Chrysler Sebring

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I used the bleeder screw to release the air pocket on my 2002 PT Cruiser but the air pocket keeps forming again.


fill coolant with bleeder open until the coolant comes out of the bleeder. if it still over heat and has air in the system replace the head gasket. hope this helps

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