Asked by Nov 02, 2018 at 02:38 PM about the 2006 Chrysler 300 C RWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Replaced thermostat, and waterpump, fans are
working still overheating no circulation, blew air
thru intake and exhaust ports while water pump
off, had flow. What else could it b?

4 Answers


How hot does it get in degrees F? How did you check coolant circulation? Do you think there is air in the cooling system? Sometimes for testing, I leave the thermostat out and hook everything up. Make sure it full of coolant. Then when you start it, the coolant flow through the radiator is instant, you don't have to wait for it to warm up. I haven't looked to see if you have radiator cap or even if you can see the coolant if you remove cap? Note bleeding procedure.

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Radiator fills thru a reservoir, intake hose goes to back of motor. Can't detect any circulation. Upper radiator gets hot lower hose remains cool. Thanks for the tip. I will remove tstat and try to fill system completely as I know it does have air in it.


I posted the air bleeding procedure, you can click on it to enlarge.

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Got it thanks for the help.

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