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Chrysler Repair/1998 Neon, another overheating issue


Mr D. wrote at 2013-01-26 03:38:09
I had the same problem with a Plymouth once. I found (by accident) that at higher rpm's, the lower radiator hose was being sucked closed, pinching off the flow of coolant ! I remembered the old cars used to have a spring in their hoses which would prevent that from happening. I found a spring, put it in my lower hose, and never had an overheating problem again. It may be worth a try for others having overheating problems.

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