I have a 99 Plymouth Neon that keeps overheating in Jan. 2014 had water pump timing belt replaced along with head resurfaced. One year later overheated again was losing heat had thermostat replacedgot

Asked by Sep 02, 2015 at 02:51 PM about the 1999 Plymouth Neon 4 Dr Expresso Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Car back kept overheating in and off
so they replaced fan relay a week later
overheated again so had a different
shop replaced radiator a week later
same problem but also leaking small
amount of antifreeze under car
towards back of engine Tried to burp
system but it's now running very rough
and still over heating...I need to figure
this out so I can renew plates and pass
echeck sonetimes it will make gurgling
sounds after shit off also coming from
engines fuse box a wire frying sound
sometimes...I don't know where the
engine sensor is located to change???
Please help me!! I desperately need a
car for my 3 girls to get to school

3 Answers


Oh man, this dose not sound good. Possible cracked head, or head gasket.

Best Answer

Would you happen to know how much the head should cost me to replace?? Or is it not worth it to fix it??


I don't know but probably more or just as much as the car is worth. Sell it as is and look for something else.

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