overheating problem

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Asked by Mar 05, 2013 at 08:52 AM about the Chrysler Town & Country

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

have replaced water pump, coolant level is good, no thermostat in at this time due to overheating, bottom and top hose warm, can cool back down by turning heater up full blast

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New pump, coolant full, no T-stat and still overheats... All I can think of is a clogged radiator.

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even with both hoses warm when at running temp?

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started van up cold with cap off and level rose, is that normal?

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The level rising can be normal. It bursting out isnt. If it runs like crap, consumes coolant and puffs huge white clouds even after warming up then could be head gasket. But that's a huge jump to conclusions.

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it was a clogged radiator

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