Dodge charger overheating Help

Asked by May 29, 2017 at 11:40 PM about the 2007 Dodge Charger SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair


I have an 07 dodge charger v6 and been dealing
with this for a year now. Car overheats on
occassion and water boils and weeps out of
reservoir. I only drive it if it working right but only
couple blocks. When it overheats i pull over wait
for cool and fill up coolant and drive straight home.
Its parked most of time, scared. I have no signs of
blown head gasket, shop confirmed.  Coolant leaks
no one can find the leak. find the leak.
Occassionally I have no hot air from heater only
cold air. The check engine light is on with an evap
code and now 0128 is an indication of a faulty
thermostat or ECT (engine coolant temp sensor).
On rare occassions an oil can warning light will
also appear. We had the following replaced all new
parts; Radiator, Water Pump, Thermostat,
Thermostat oulet, heater core flushed and bled few
times but still have same issue. The floor in cabin
is dry and both fans come on accordingly. Can
someone please help ive already invested too
much money and still have same problems. Now
unemployed raising two kids cant affor playing
guessing game anymore or be without my car.
Thank you.

3 Answers

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check the water cap

I am sorry but you could be more specific. All hoses and cap have been checked. Everything seems ok.

Did u every get your car fix n I'm having problem with my car running hot with my A/C trying to figure out the problem to

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