2006 Sebring Coolant

Asked by Jun 08, 2016 at 05:47 PM about the 2006 Chrysler Sebring Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I only seem to get coolant leaks in the summer time.  Today the engine temp alarm went off.  I opened the hood to let it cool off before adding coolant.  There was a boiling liquid that was hissing for a few min.  I took the pic, it was right by the bolt in the middle of the picture.  Any ideas?  Hose leaking?  Anyway to tell without shelling out a bunch of money to someone?

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UGGH spring hose clamps and it looks like factory hoses, if I were you i would replace all of the hoses and the clamps, at least replace the clamps, those spring clamps loose tension after a few years, you could also have a seal that is leaking at the housing or as it is plastic it could have a hairline crack.

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