Maintenance and repair

Asked by Apr 15, 2017 at 09:26 PM about the 1999 Chrysler Concorde

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Okay we have a 99 chrysler concorde and it's over
heats and leaks water and the antifreeze we
change the radiator and thermostat just had an oil
change everyone keeps saying its a bad head
gasket and the motor gone but no water in the oil
and and no white smoke i say its the water pump
and the timing belt can someone help me please
and thank you

3 Answers

135,135

The only way to fix a leak is to find it first. If the pump is leaking, replace it. Make sure the cooling fan is working properly.

15

check water pump make sure no leak ...also freeze plugs known to go bad that could be why leaking antifreeze..its on passanger side middle to lowside of motor

71,225

A bad head gasket will not always put coolant into the oil. You need to try to find the leak. If no leak can be found then coolant is likely going out of the tail pipe. A small head gasket leak will not put white smoke out of the exhaust.

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