Over heating problem

Asked by Apr 05, 2017 at 05:02 PM about the 2006 Dodge Charger SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have an 06 charger and over heats aver been
droven for a wile, replaced head gaskets, termostat,
fans work perfectly, my mecanic checked the water
pomp as saids is in good shape, now he thiks it can
be the block that could be cracked, is there any
chance that might be the problem? Car doesn't
have water leaks or oil mixed with water. Ones it
gets hot water comes through Reserve thank. Any
ideas

8 Answers

21,545

If so or may still be head gaskets its on a exhaust to coolant failure. Do a exhaust in coolant test and compression check on all cylinders to confirm. But also make sure your coolant cap/lid is good (not loosing pressure). The systems needs to hold pressure. Check all possible places it could loose pressure, Tank, hose connections, cap & the test above mentioned ect.

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Thank you so much, I will do that for sure because I have already spend to much money im this crap

21,545

May have air in the system and needs to be bled out.

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21,545

If coolant is bubbling or boiling in reservoir its a symptom of exhaust in coolant.

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They have checked that many times... I can run the car for about 10 minutes and will stay below half but after a while get to half mark and keeps going all the way to over heating.

21,545

I'd check those items listed above.

I will for sure, I will let you know how it goes. Thanks for you advices, God bless you

21,545

Your welcome. Thanks

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