06 PT Cruser is overheating. instaleed new fan module ran great for two weeks. according to shop no pressure leaks and cant see any leakage under car.

Asked by Jun 21, 2015 at 02:18 PM about the 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser Limited

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

new fan module, ran ok first two weeks then same ole crap. according to repait shop no
pressure leaks, buy no sign of leaks. have to ad coolant every other day or so.

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well I'm in the same experience and I have a HEAD GASKET ISSUE. my facet are the same fan module went bad and car over heated. The water adding was needed ever since. Question : Does the car gurgle when you turn it off and enough of the gurgling and it spikes hot ! well I will have my answer went they open the head gasket. The water is going in the the cylinder and evaporating out he exhaust pipe. There is a test for the head gasket. it usually passes, but if it gurgles when turning of the car and temp needle is slow to show temperature over half belly up to the bar for a head gasket and about 9 hours olabor and $1300.

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