When the engine is cool, take the radiator cap off and make sure the radiator is completely full of coolant. Also check the operation of the cooling fans.AnswerMost likely the fan relay. http://www.neons.org/neontsb/TSB/recall/rc769.htm
another possibility is your fans are unplugged from the connector at the bottom of the engine
check you water (coolant) level, make sure thermostat is working, radiator leaks, sensor problem
you could be low on antifreeze, could be a plugged radiator, or the radiator could be dirty. I had the same problem with my Dodge Ram and it was a plugged radiator
Check that the coolant fans are still working, then check out the water pump.
Bad thermostat, loose water pump impeller. Does it have a electric fan? Bad head gasket?
With the engine OFF & cold the fan should not turn more then a 1/4 turn or less. If it spins more then a turn that could be part of the overheating problem. I would check your water pump & belt.
i have sort of the same problem on my dodge 2000 the temperature gauge recently went out and i replaced the sensor but the gauge always reads 0 your not alone with this one...
Where is the Air Intake temperature sensor located on a 1997 dodge ram 1500?
i have problem my dodge intrepid 97 v6 3.5 overheating just in the machine not a radiator system
1992 dodge Dakota 5.2l 318....192 F thermostat
Yes, a Dodge Neon has a coolant temperature sensor.
place the key in ignition and turn
The coolant temperature sensor on a 2005 Dodge Neon is located on the cylinder head. It is close to the camshaft position sensor.
The 2004 Dodge 5.7 liter engine temperature sending unit is located on the front of the engine. The temperature sending unit is just above the thermostat housing.
A Dodge Stratus shifting problem might begin because of dirty transmission fluid. This problem could also be caused by damage to the transmission due to wear and tear or low fluid.
It monitors the atmospheric (outside) temperature.
It is is located on the right side (sitting in vehicle) of and bolted to the firewall.
Possibly a common problem..... crank sensor
Dodge is listed in a totally different sub -category than Blazer. I think they problem is you not this site.
A blown radiator hose could not cause a 2000 Dodge Durango to not have spark and not start unless the heat damaged the computer in the vehicle. Sometimes when an engine overheats, the computer that controls the firing can be damaged.
There are two temperature sensors in a 1995 5.2 Dodge. There is one on each side of the thermostat housing on the front of the engine.
The answer is simple - You can't fix it! I had the very same problem in the very same vehicle. I also had a Dodge Intrepid with the same exact problem. The evaporator has to be replaced. I dodge dealer will chare you about $850.00 The dash has to be completely removed. This problem seems to be too common with Dodge vehicles. I bought my last Dodge product in 2001 (Grand Carrivan) I will no longer by any Dodge vehicles. Good Luck!
You have something drawing power from the battery some thing left on or something shorting out
It is under the alternator.
Try sitting in the seat and using the key.