dodge charger 09 3.5L

Asked by Jul 10, 2016 at 02:30 AM about the 2009 Dodge Charger SXT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i was going to walmart and my car let off water and right when i got home my
car over heated bad with had no more coolant and i try putting some all it did
was just leaked throw the bottom... would it be the water pump? please help

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It may be one of the radiator hoses. You or someone mechanically inclined will have to inspect the coolant system. A water pump may leak, but it would be a slow leak compared to a busted hose. Fill the rad with water and track down the leak. Since you'll be replacing all the coolant after fixing the leak, now is a good time to replace the thermostat and radiator cap as well. FYI, here is a quick summary of common coolant leaks: radiator hoses, heater hoses, cracked thermostat housing, water pump gasket, radiator, radiator petcock.

i got the thermostat and water pump ima slap it on today or on monday lets see if thats the problem

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