so my 2007 dodge magnum started overheating one day and all day it kept dying and overheating. Finally i got home and parked it and when i tried to start it it would even turn over or crank, anyone?

Asked by Jul 16, 2016 at 08:40 PM about the 2007 Dodge Magnum SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

so my 2007 dodge magnum started overheating one day and all day it kept
dying and overheating. Finally i got home and parked it and when i tried to
start it it would even turn over or crank. i charged the battery and it is not
the issue, the check engine light is on and so is the etc light, when i pour
coolant in the coolant tank, it just drains instantly. I know there is a leak
somewhere, but my maine issue is getting her started. Does anyone know
what the hell is the issue i wish i could at least start it so i could take it to a
mechanic but i cant even do that so it just sits there.

3 Answers

23,090

Sorry to tell you this but your best bet is to have it towed because if you kept on starting it and overheating it until you got home it is not going to start damage has already been done.

so is it done for or is it fixable?

23,090

Anything is fixable but it all depends on how much money you want to put into it in other words is it worth it.

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