my 99 chry 300m keeps over heating

Asked by May 12, 2013 at 02:42 PM about the 1999 Chrysler 300M 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have changed my radiator, thermostat, radiator cap, did pressure checks,and it still
overheats but it only does it when im in stop and go traffic and if its getting hot and i start
to drive fast it cools down and im not losing any fluid  what else would it be im bout to go
nutts trying to fix this.

4 Answers

27,245

Is the cooling fan coming on?

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I agree with kbro check the cooling fan operation they normally turn on around 207 to 210 degrees. You may want to have a good shop check it out for you as things get hot during the testing and you don't want to overheat the engine.

12,805

Get engine up to temp and turn on A/C both fans should come on. If not check fuses, wiring and motors.

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100

i just turned a/c on at op temp only one fan kicks on is this my overheating problem

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