Engine oil in Radiator Chrysler T&C 2014
I own a Chrysler T&C 2014 S after 19000 Miles my engine overheating, i
stop nearby a Gas station, i check the Radiator a yellow/brown sump of Oil
in pulsing overheat Cooler liquit showing up, by the engine oil was fine, I
waiting about 20 min. i filling up the missing Level in the Radiator and going
directly to Chrysler Galeana - Fort Myers, FL.
After 5h a yang Man Adviser from Chrysler Galeana, tell me the Problem i
need a new Engine, Radiator etc. I tell him wait a minute, The Engine
works well, but i like used my Chrysler 100K Miles option. This is not
I ask the Adviser please split and tell me about an other Option.
I live this Service Chrysler Galeana what i used for 22 Years,
A different service in Cape Coral, promises to my the engine is fine, without
the Wather pump, Radiator, Thermostat, Engine Oil cooler.
I change for my self the Radiator and Thermostat, the Problem still.
where i can find the right answhere.
I by happy you can help me.
Thanks Klaus my Email: email@example.com
Hmm- this is confusing- you have had two supposedly competent garages come up with 2 different diagnoses- and they are apparently not going into detail explaining this to you- and it sounds like a fairly new car! ask those guys you trust for more details- because it sounds like a head gasket- and if the engine isn't damaged, you will damage it by continuing to drive it- then ask the 2nd garage to give you more details- and working on it yourself is not helping- you MUST find out if it is a bad head gasket- and get it repaired professionally- the car is too new and valuable to be messing around- get a THIRD opinion if necessary, but I suspect the 2nd garage, cape coral, may be the one who has a handle on this- hopefully, because a whole new engine is very expensive-
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