Keeps overheating the faster I go the faster it overheats sometimes it takes bout 15-20 mins & sometimes it overheats less then 5 mins . & sometimes it'll go back to normal temperature while driving .


Asked by Aug 22, 2015 at 09:26 PM about the 1999 Chrysler 300M

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Most of the time it really overheats
when at a light or whenever I stop for
a  certain period of time  . Replaced
thermostat both radiator fans water
pump & everything else seems fine . I
just don't understand why it keeps
overheating .

7 Answers


hummm. are there is is there any bubbles in the water system/cap/resourvor??

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Yesterday and today it over heats and I pull over to open the hood so it'll cool down & I can hear it bubbling up . But the cars been overheating for awhile now even after everything was replaced

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Haven't been able to get antifreeze so I been putting water in the cooling system for the mean time


do you have or know someone that has a sniffer/emissions see if a head gasket is blowing into the water?




I had someone look at it & said everything is fine but think the thermostat needs replaced again .


The slower I drive the slower it takes to overheat & wen its not even overheating wen I shut the car off its bubbling really bad .

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