Dodge neon srt4 over heating

Asked by Jun 16, 2017 at 09:41 AM about the 2005 Dodge Neon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a dodge neon srt4 2005 it over heated so I changed
the water pump and thermostat when I put everything
back together started it and I ran the car about 10 min
and then went and test drove it. It ran completely fine I got
back to my house it leaked all the coolant it did not over
heat the ran kept running and it shut off and now I tried to
crank it back up it won't start at all it's been a day n half
and the car won't start at all barley any power to start
anyone know what could happen lmk here's my phone
number give me a text thanks help please 701-540-3897

1 Answer

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When it over heated the first time before pump change,it may have blew the head gasket,check your oil for coolant,if none is found,it may be blowing it out the exhaust,the no cranking issue may be due to head damage now,bent valves are warped head.

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