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1998 Chrysler Sebring overheating, thermostat already replaced...what else could be the problem?

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  • cheap repair Sep 21, 2010

    if you are using up coolant then the head gasket may be the problem-sometimes when they go out the engine oil turns milky. If coolant level is good check for radiator fan to come on when temp goes up. or turn on AC to see if temp will drop-this is due to the fact the radiator fans will run when the AC is on.

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