Question about 2006 Chrysler 300
I have had 3 thermostats in a row from an auto parts store, "Never Again Purchase Anything" that were defective out of the box.
As you well know the thermostat is what regulates the water flow to maintain the correct operating temp. If you have ever had your heater hoses replaced They come with a restriction office to hold the water in the heater core. If they were not put back in then you have a free flowing bypass through the heater core the size of a standard garden hose.
Posted on Oct 02, 2017
If thermostat is ok then you could have an air lock in your radiator.
Possible water pump not working properly such as the impellor slipping..
Radiator may be partly plugged and not letting the fluid flow.
Are your belts tight enough so they do not slip. Your main belt lightener may not be working so when the engine speeds up it slips instead of working.
Posted on Oct 02, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
May be a bad head gasket check oil for signs of coolant mixing in there may be a cracked head or even a bad head gasket. Going by what you said that there is NO visible leak the only other way for you to be loosing coolant if for it be burning out by engine or mixing in oil. To check for mixing check under oil cap for creamish-while residue or oil looking like milk shake. Good luck and thanks for using FIX YA
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
sounds like you need to either...add anti-freeze solution to your radiator...or worse case...coolant pump is starting to fail or heater coil is clogged..if coil is suspected to be clogged....do a radiator flush...reverse and foward flush the coil only...hope this helps
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
When the engine temp looks normal on the gauge but you get no heat inside unless your keeping the RPMs up by driving it,It usually means the fluid in the radiator is very low.wait until it is cooled completely and remove the radiator cap and fill completely,Check resovour and fill to correct level,
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
the heater control valve is not opening all the way.
look under the hood on one on the heater hoses .
you should find a vaccum controled heater hose valve.
make sure your not low on coolant also.
also make sure none of the heater hoses are pinched off.
Posted on Nov 25, 2009
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