I have a dodge charger 2.7 v6 i drained the water last night and this morning put 50/50 and water in it running perfect i get to work and its blowing water out the lil drain hole on the corner

Asked by Sep 07, 2015 at 08:46 AM about the 2008 Dodge Charger SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Of the resivor does anybody know
what the problem may be i do not run
my car hard and it doesnt matter if its
winter or summer i always start it and
let it run for about 10 minutes

3 Answers

1,695

well could be a air lock in the system. or a bad cap or over filled

26,055

Replacing coolant on the modern cars is not as simple as on the old cars- like mentioned above, air can enter the system and get trapped behind the thermostat, causing it to stay closed- or other things depending on the car- and why do you think you need to warm your engine for 10 minutes? Unnecessary, and wasteful-

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Its just something i always did you ever got on a boat with a diesel engine in the winter and just started it up and took off wats gonna happen your gonna crack the heads its just a saftey percussion uk and i changed the cap and bleed the system about a 1,000 times and finally got most of the air out and i also had a cracked terminal on the negative side and it wasnt allowing my fans to kick on at full speed so hopefully this information can help somebody else i just have to say it is a long and aggervating process i been working on it since i posted this

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