I have a Chrysler 300 it started over heating and all the fluids ran out so put water in it to get home, now it's still over heating and the heat now the heat is not working

Asked by Dec 30, 2014 at 01:32 PM about the Chrysler 300

Question type: General

My heat was just working fine the day before my car overheated so i am thinking it is the
thermostat that went out on my car there for i don't think it has anything to do with the
heating sensor on my car because it still shows me when it is over heating

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5,625

You're going to have to try to identify where the coolant is leaking from. If you're low on coolant there won't be any circulating through the heater core, so you won't get heat. More importantly you should move your car until you get the leak fixed.

5,625

That's "Shouldn't" move your car

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