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Possible 1999 Chrysler 300m Radiator problem!!

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Question From toddyfresh on Possible 1999 Chrysler 300m Radiator problem!!

Hey I have a 1999 Chrysler 300m that I just put a new engine in. The old one had bad bearings in it because of no oil. So I hook up new engine and I hooked up everything but the upper and lower radiator hoses. I start the car and all the oil I had in my car is coming out of the opening where the lower radiator hose would attatch to. It drained all my oil in my car pretty fast. The radiator has oil lines hooked to it due to having an oil cooler on it. To you guys does it sound like the radiator has a broken port inside letting the oil to flow threw and that possibly caused the old engine to blow?? Any help appreciated

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Many cars will have transmission cooling lines to radiator. I've never happened on engine oil being cooled in radiator but rather a separate unit just for the engine oil.

Yes, if this is engine oil coming out your radiator that would be a cause for the old engine to run out of oil and fail,

T

1999 Chrysler 300M Radiator Fans Not Working/AC

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Question From ChevyAllTheWay on 1999 Chrysler 300M Radiator Fans Not Working/AC

1999 Chrysler
300M
3.5 H0
163,000 miles

Yesterday, I got out of my car after driving it and I heard a strange noise. We popped the hood and water and steam were spurting out of the coolant reservoir.
We waited for it to cool down, and attempted to drive it home. It did fine on the freeway, but as soon as we idled at a light, it quickly started overheating. As, I continued to drive it, trying to make it home, my temperature would get close to the red, and then quickly drop and it would repeat this process.
The AC also has stopped working. The radiator fans do not turn on. We tried replacing one of the fan relays but it didn't change anything.
What could this possibly be?

My check engine light is NOT on.

Response From somebody

Hello,

I have the same car and the same problem:
• Chrysler 300M 1999 / 3.5
• Radiator fans and AC not working

Alternator is charging well.
Radiator fans are OK.
In fact, I got the problem in a small garage after the cooling has been changed. The guy did not find the problem but he wired the fans with a manual on / off switch inside the car in order I can go back home.

The 2 relays (hi & lo speed) seem to be OK.
The fuses are OK.
There are no OBD errors.
Engine temp gauge is OK.

Other things that don’t work:
• Horn
• Panel lightning if headlights are on
• Outside temp is wrong (zero)
• Battery light is ON

Please let me know how you solved the problem…

Response From Hammer Time

This question is 2 years old and belongs to someone else. Please start a new question of your own.

Response From Sidom

I think I see the problem here..... A Chevy guy is driving a Mopar ..........No? ok it was just a guess....

The fans not coming on is definitely causing your problem. That system uses 2 relays, a low & high speed, which the PCM grounds to turn the fans on
The 1st thing you should so would be to manually power up the fans to see if the work. After that you need to check both relay sockets. 2 should have power, one feeds the fans and the other one is the one the pcm uses to ground the relay. If you have power on 2 legs, the fans are good then the problem would be for some reason the pcm isn't ground the relay and that would need to be traced down or you have 2 bad relays if the PCM is grounding the terminal....

I'm unable to post any info at this time so I can't post a wiring diagram for the system but suggest you get one and that will really help you trace this problem down....

Response From Hammer Time

Be sure to check the fuses at the top of the diagram

Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer

One picture is worth a 1000 words........ That pretty much says it all......

1996 Chrysler Sebring overheating

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Question From Srbrown on 1996 Chrysler Sebring overheating

I have a 1996 Chrysler Sebring that is overheating.. I would hear it bubbling but the gauge never showed it as hot only midway. I put on new thermostat still did the same thing I then put on new radiator, still runs hot but now gauge shows it running hot but after it overflows and cools off it is still full of water. What do I have or check next? Please help me this car only has 95000 miles on it. lol

Response From Tom Greenleaf

1st you should be using a mix of antifreeze and water not just water. You say you hear it and doesn't show loss of level so doesn't add up to me quite yet on that. Now with new thermostat and radiator is apparently overheating suggests it isn't really full of coolant. It must be full at the radiator first then when known full at reservoir which can be tough to do and may not have a fill cap at radiator so require extra efforts up to vacuum fill sometimes.


Fans must come on if really hot enough. If this uses a hose to recovery tank and pressure cap is on that tank with a leak in that hose it will not draw in coolant and might bubble hot to that tank but not draw back coolant when it cools as it should.


Must know fans work, coolant full for real and a pressure test that holds (engine off) for a reasonable amount of time. If not find out where it's leaking. If it holds and truly filled with fans then move on to know if it's really flowing thru upper hose to radiator and returning cooler coolant and the real temp with an IR thermometer knowing where what temps should be where and if they are.


At some point start checks for combustion gasses getting into cooling system and things that suggest a head gasket problem.


Avoid real overheating in any case as no vehicle is exempt from serious problem from that alone,


T

Response From Srbrown

It was my water pump replaced that and all is well

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Wow - Over a year later and you now say it's fixed and hope long ago.
I'll close thread as solved to keep spammers out. YOU can ask any moderator to re-open it upon request,


T

Response From Discretesignals

Better late than never. Thanks for following up on this.

Response From Srbrown

Oh and yes the fan does come on

Response From Tom Greenleaf

You are probably really overheating so whatever the original cause head gasket(s) easily fail and expect it. They do NOT have to put coolant in oil or blow coolant out exhaust to be bad. Any which way they seal could leak.


Hey - mix of antifreeze you wouldn't know now except for checking what freeze protection it's at now and look at locked chart up top of this section and you'll then know what it is.


99.9 % or so call for a 50/50 mix which gets you -34F protection. Some cases (not likely) will call for weaker mix or stronger if subject to extraordinarily cold temps for Winter. Way too strong in very hot climates is not good. Antifreeze itself/alone does not transfer heat well which is why it is mixed,


T

Response From Srbrown

We'll guess I'll take it to shop and get a pressure test. What exactly do I need to ask for?

Response From Hammer Time

What you would ask for is a correct diagnosis for overheating. Don't tell the shop hop to do their job.

Response From Srbrown Top Rated Answer

Thank you I am so scared its a head gasket but I have seen no evidence of any thing in the oil when I check it. When I release pressure valve on radiator cap the water goes to the overflow container and the temp gauge goes down. Of course when it cools the water goes back into radiator but I will check to see if the water antifreeze ratio is correct. Once again thank you.

1999 Grand Voyager Radiator or Head Gasket??!

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Question From sullivan1 on 1999 Grand Voyager Radiator or Head Gasket??!

Chrysler Grand Voyager 1999
Engine 3.3L Desiel
120k miles

Car has been overheating with smoke coming from the engine, water needed replacing constantly but could not find a leak anywhere within or under the vehicle on topping it up. It is currently in the garage and have been told the radiator needs replacing but also head gasket has probably gone.. They have said they cannot confirm this without first replacing radiator and removing engine. Quote for work seems a little steep considering we may still need to pay for gasket on top.

Could anyone advise or comfirm this work would need to be done in order to diognose the problem.. I am a complete novice with cars!

Response From Sidom

Some tests to diag faulty head gaskets requires the cooling system to in fairly good working order......I.E if there is a blown hose or a big leak in the radiator then they won't be able to run that test....

There are other tests that can be run to diag a head gasket problem but does require more work and time to preform.....

That being said removing an engine to diag a head gasket problem is a little bit of overkill.....

If there is a question on whether you are going to keep the van or get rid of it, then find a shop that can do a leakdown test and checkout the engine BEFORE replacing ANYTHING..

If you are going to keep the van no matter what, then fix the radiator and any other obvious problems and then test the coolant for exhaust gases using a chemical or fluid test.....


.........................................................................................................................
Didn't see your reply until after I posted Nick........... It's late & I'm tired but it's pretty much the same thing you said......

Response From Tom Greenleaf

sullivan1: What the heck is this vehicle? I couldn't find a 3.0 diesel at all nor a "Voyager" under Chrysler nameplate.

No matter really as if you are overheating with no visible loss of coolant it does strongly suggest gasket (heads) or cracks/flaws in the parts involved are violated and you wouldn't know that for sure until apart as to what extent the fix would be,

T

Response From nickwarner

Tom, Voyager is the Plymouth version of the Dodge Caravan. But not in the history of Chrysler minivans has there ever been a diesel. The 3.3 v6 was standard fare for the 99 model year with the option of the 3.8, which was essentially the same motor with a different bore and stroke. So either this has a typo in it and is gasoline or they make a diesel version of this somewhere off this continent. What country are you in? No matter what, there is a chemical test to determine if combustion gasses are present in the cooling system. Its inexpensive and requires no tearbown. If they think they have to rip the motor out to even diagnose this then take it somewhere else that has a better clue what they are doing.

I don't suppose you are in Europe and this has the Mercedes 3.0 CRD in it, does it?

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Seems there was a "Mopar" {{meaning Chrysler product to me}} 3.0 (code '3') in 3% - ? Then some designation 'PR' as if perhaps something for export. PR is postal code for Puerto Rico. I plead I dunno what the heck this is.

Chrysler has been in bed with VW, Mitsubishi, Borg Warner and no doubt many more that I never came across,

Tom

Response From MarineGrunt

If they are removing the engine the first time then the head gasket should be included in the price. There's no reason they should have to pull the engine only to diagnose a head gasket. There's really no reason to pull the engine in order to replace the head gasket. Although, being a minivan, maybe some mechanics think it's easier to get to with the engine out. I replaced the intake in our Chevy Venture 8 months ago or so and left the engine in while doing it. The intake is right above the head so it would've have taken me much longer to replace the head gasket with the engine still in. I'd maybe get a second opinion.


The regular mechanics on the site will be along shortly. They will be able to offer you some great advice. Wait until they reply before you do anything.

Losing water in Chrysler Pacifica

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Question From ldsherrill1 on Losing water in Chrysler Pacifica

Car was losing water. We replaced the radiator, thermostat and coolant reservoir. Test drive it 10 miles one way and? back and it will lose a gallon of water. Water seems to be circulating fine and can not find a leak, but it seems to be coming back out the overflow coolant reservoir. Why?

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Which year and engine size?

A faulty radiator cap can allow coolant to blow out the overflow. Did you test the cap?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Did you find the leak to begin with and now still this?


Chances are it isn't properly filled now and may have overheated before or again now.


If quickly blowing out to reservoir it really suggests combustion gasses are getting into cooling system displacing coolant, will overheat making it worse.


Pressure testing will help and checking that it's truly filled then go on to checking for a head gasket failure,


T

Response From ldsherrill1

Checking the head gasket for leaks or cracked head was one of the first things checked and both ok. Also, no gasses in system from not being properly filled. Any other ideas?

Response From Hammer Time


Checking the head gasket for leaks or cracked head was one of the first things checked and both ok.

How are you so sure about that?

How did you test it?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

If you mysteriously lost a gallon of "water" and can't find out where it went how do you rule out anything? It's not that easy to know a system is really full or not short of vacuum filling you really aren't on many systems now.


Proof positive would be heater can't throw any heat for a clue and once did before all this,


T