2004 Chrysler Sebring GTC Convertible Overheating!!!! HELP!!!!!!


Asked by Jan 14, 2016 at 05:42 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So I have had this car for about two years. It was perfect in the beginning.
So far I have replaced the alternator, both belts 3 times, got a transmission
flush, new radiator, new hoses, new oil pan & gasket, 3 new thermostats,
engine coolant air valve, new filters, new battery, new pulleys, there might
be more. I just can't recall what else right now. It's still overheating, and all
of the fluid will drain out. Not to mention the huge billowing cloud of white
smoke from the engine. No blue smoke from the start ups in the mornings.
But I can't drive it now. Also it has started stalling. Even when the rpms are
up over 2000. It will stall. The mechanics keep replacing stuff, but nothing
works. Please help.

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Also I have no heat, and the heat gauge on the dash has stopped working now as well. I just got this car out of the shop yesterday.

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