2001 Dodge Neon • 4 cylinder FWD Automatic •
I have a 01 dodge neon, and after i come off the road and turn it off the coolant boils over into the resevoir, what is the problem?
February 2, 2011.
February 2, 2011.
If you hear thumping inside the engine after it is stopped, overheating should still be suspected. If the fan is running, the dash gauge can read lower than it should if there is an air pocket around the sending unit. They don't respond well to hot air, just hot liquid.
The definitive test to tell if the engine is overheating is to read the coolant temperature sensor reading on a scanner. The Engine Computer uses a different sensor than the gauge. It's the one the computer uses to determine when to turn on the radiator fan.
Overheating can also occur when the cooling fins between the tubes in the radiator are rotted away. That is fairly common in northern states where they throw a ton of salt onto an ounce of snow.
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