1999 Chrysler Sebring 6 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 151000 miles
I ran the car for several miles after installing a 170 degree thermostat and the temp guage in the car shows just above 3/8 of the scale(not close enough to half).
The upper heater hose is warm but not hot and the lower hose seems to be too cool.
I removed the radiator hose from the fill assembly and poured coolant in the radiator hose while the engine was hot and the fluid came out the fill assembly, so it has a full block and radiator (unless it needs bleeding) does it need to be bled and if so how?
The coolant resevoir has plenty of coolant and no loss of coolant (no leaks).
No rust in the coolant system, no clogged htr core
have the same problem?
Monday, January 4th, 2010 AT 2:00 PM