Overheating

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Asked by Jul 30, 2017 at 04:59 PM about the 2003 Dodge Neon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My dodge 2003 neon keeps overheating my
fan is working and it has a brand new
thermostat . I have to refill housing too
much and there is air box I see bubble but
burning didnt work. What do I do??

7 Answers

119,895

If you are losing coolant the first thing to do is find and fix the leak which also may stop the overheating.

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But it was after the radiator switch... And the leak is gone now but it gets hot still.. you can see. The bubbles in the radiator when the cap is off ..... Burping didnt seem to get it(air) out

119,895

Bubbles may indicate a leaking head gasket.

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See I'm a female where's that located? How do I check that?

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Oh and it's like it get hotter faster when I accelerate

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119,895

I would have a mechanic do a compression test. Tell them about the bubbles and the overheating.

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here is the best thing you can do , get it to a radiator shop and have them do a carbon monoxide test on it , this will save you a lot of time and head ace

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