2006 Sebring is over heating. It's been in the shop 3 times this month still not working. Ive had timing belt thermostat water pump engine flush catalytic converter and radiator replaced, help.
The only other thing,s it could be would be the radiator fans not working right,or there is and issue with the head gasket ,if so i would have thought they would have check the compression on the engine to check it.
Unfortunately, I think your problem has more to do with the repair facility than what's wrong with your car. You've taken an engine problem to a transmission repair shop. That's like shopping for pumps in Gander Mountain(r)
what was the problem at the start of your mess...that would help us to think and maybe help... cause if i/us cant help then no one else will.. so tell us more...lots more.
Rather than throwing parts at it, there are tests to perform to determine if each or none of the parts replaced is bad. Is it overheating while driving? Or while standing still like at a traffic light or bank drive thru? Did they pressure test the cooling system? Perform an exhaust system back pressure test? Check the A/C condenser for being clogged? True story: my Nephew is a mechanic. Last Fall he had a car come in with an overheating problem. He found a dead cat wedged between the front of the radiator and the A/C condenser. It was restricting the airflow through the radiator. Because He bothered to look He found it and His customer's car was fixed for about $75.00 (about 45 minutes labor to diagnose the problem and remove the cat). Be sure that these people are testing and looking before changing parts! HTH. -Jim
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