98 dodge neon overheating problem

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Asked by Aug 15, 2010 at 04:53 PM about the 1998 Dodge Neon 4 Dr R/T Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

ya its me again ima upload some pics of my ride later today i might have an old pic on the laptop right now.......i went to a dodge dealership in wenatchee,wa and they said my neon has an air bubble in the raidiator or the head u know the coolant system so they said to jack up the neon and open the radiator cap and the air bubble should come out so if u think this sounds right let me know

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yes i definitely think that sounds right, if you had a blown head or any thing like some people came up with the symptoms would have been very noticeable

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Question instead of Answer. My 99 Neon is doing the same thing, but I do believe it could be a head gasket too. but the coolant was doing this before the head gasket episode. My question is, WHICH WAY DO YOU JACK IT UP TO GET THE AIR BUBBLE OUT?

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