Car problem

Asked by Mar 30, 2017 at 09:59 AM about the 2005 Chrysler Pacifica Limited AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Why is my car running hot I put coolant in it
it still runs hot can anyone explain please
need help n my car won't started I need help
please please

6 Answers

113,605

There are several things that can cause your car to run hot, You could have a bad thermostat, a bad pump, the cooling fans are not coming on, a bad cooling fan sensor. The radiator cap may not be good, you could have air in the system that needs to be burped out !

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Do u fix car n do I live in Memphis I need somebody to fix it like now

113,605

No and you need to take it to the dealership and or repair station !

10,920

Did you continue to drive your car when it overheated?

It skipped bad and cut off and won't stay crunk

10,920

Car mechanics can sometimes cure the sick /// but they can't raise the dead. You probably destroyed the engine or badly damaged it by driving with very little/no water

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