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Asked by Jul 13, 2013 at 02:03 PM about the 2004 Chrysler PT Cruiser DreamCruiser

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Stupid car...have had so many problems with it that I aughta just junk it...but still , I love
the ole bird....dang thang keeps getting hot and I can't find a solution...radiator new
thermostat fans water pump...sheesh this thing....help!!

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have you tried taking the t-stat OUT altogether....correct operating temperature will NOT be achieved but as a temporary fix may do you...for now, honestly believe you have a restricted radiator...perhaps someone used plain tapwater as coolant, then the block rusted and the radiator got stuffed...probably have had one coolant drain and flush, but now you should borrow your mechanics lazer spot thermostat, look for the blockages~

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look underhood for signs of an overheat in the past...it was then that someone panic filled with water~ rusted up and now circulation is a problem...hate to suggest a harsh cleaner...been told "sea-foam" is everything it claims to be~ your call on trying to get 'er cleaned up~

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radiator fan working?

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It's a Chysler, enuff said...I say cut your losses and get rid of it. It's already been a money pit for you. WHY keep dumping $$$ into it?

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All leagal chemicales put in your raditor to eat and destroy all rust corrosion.boil it out //or get a new one

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