I am planning to buy 2001 chrysler from my friend which has an mileage of 94000.but he mentioned it is overheating,may I know what will be the maximum repair cost to reduce that problem??

Asked by Nov 17, 2014 at 09:59 PM about the 2001 Chrysler 300M

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I am planning to buy 2001 chrysler from my friend which has an mileage of 94000.
but he mentioned it is overheating,may I know what will be the maximum repair cost to
reduce that problem??

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11,170

lots of things can cause overheating. if it is simple, like low fluid or a bad stat, its cheap, but if there is a deeper problem like a bad head gasket then you are really spending the money. If you really want to be careful, do a combustion leak test on the radiator. it will tell you if the head gasket is bad. the Kit is about 40 bucks and there are lots of youtube vids on how to do it.

Naw, The Chrysler 300 is a joke. It has the wonderful distinction of being the preferred car for thugs and hoodlums! So if you have one, you're King of The Hood and ALL of the homies will worship you, especially, if you get it in the god awful off-white color! PLUS, reliability totally sucks ass on this car!!

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