Coolant not circulating
2005 4.7l Dodge Durango. Thermostat and fan clutch replaced. Took truck to mechanic because of an overheating problem. i was told it was the fan clutch, replaced that as well as thermostat. Upon pickup of truck mechanic told me the radiator was broken. after saying it was the fan clutch on 2 seperate occasions. Any other reasons why car could be overheating
YOU MIGHT HAVE CLOGED RADITOR OR NEED TO REPLACE WATER PUMP.
Faulty water pump, clogged cooling jackets in the engine, clogged radiator, a worn out collapsing lower radiator hose, or even a misrouted serpentine belt are all possibilities. HTH. -Jim
And make sure the air pockets are bled from the cooling system when re-filling...
agree with rowefast the biggest problem with cars these days is the radiator sits lower compare to older cars therefore anytime u service the coolant u need to bleed the air out of system otherwise it will make u its overheating and some cars takes longer than others..
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