I have a 2007 Chrysler Sebring I bought a new battery my cars running good butnow my radiator light coming on in my car is running hot could it be the thermostat

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Asked by Jan 20, 2016 at 12:58 AM about the 2007 Chrysler Sebring 4 Dr Limited

Question type: General

before I replace the battery I had it
tested and it was dead all my lights
and engine light came on and
everything I replaced it now its running
good I only had the car for 3 weeks
now my radiator light is coming on and
it's not the car was running hot could it
be my thermostat

2 Answers

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have a 2007 Chrysler Sebring 4 door I had the car for 3 weeks my battery was dead all my lights came on my engine light my radiator light so I bought a new one running good they did a strap down my battery right so I had to go back because my lights came back on again in the car now a week later my radiator light is coming on I had the car running 10 minutes and when I pop the hood that you can tell the antifreeze was hot could it be my thermostat or is the battery loose again

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A loose battery has nothing to do with your car overheating. Low coolant, faulty water pump, thermostat, head gasket, fan, etc will all cause an overheating condition. You need to have your mechanic diagnose what is causing the issue instead of just replacing parts.

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