can tell if there circulation overheating 10 min of driven

Asked by May 06, 2015 at 02:32 AM about the Chrysler 300M

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

radiator cold when over heated  bleeder just steam comes out no blow\wen head
gasket thermostat replace,just  and pressure in over flow no water leak except
breather hole[ last overflow tank splitting in half] open bleeder just steam tell
pressure ex-quested over flow radiator cooled no steam or coolant coming from
exquisite, oil clean
car runs great to hose on bottom cold think some might have put out block sealer in
there its seems to  be working been mechanic for 25 years never work on this one
don't want to guess any ideas

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Your description is a bit choppy, but I think I get it. Test the thermostat and radiator flow, if the hoses are cool there is no flow of coolant, also these engines are known for water pump vane failures. HTH

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