If if starts bubbling even if the engine is cold, most likely blown head gasket. If only when engine warm, stuck thermostat.
The fuel filter and lines are in front of the tank on a Dodge Shadow.
MY 1995 DAKOTA got hot because the radiator was rusted out. The fins on the radiator would crumble just by touching it. Replaced radiator, problem solved.
Yes it will... you need to switch the flywheels though to mount it to the automatic transmission...
if the radiator is clear & there are no obstructions in front of radiator then make sure belt is properly tensioned next watch to make sure electric fan is cycling as engine gets hot next would be head gasket if other two is good
Thermostat? or radiator? Greg
You need a new radiator cap, you know that silver cap where you put the water into. The spring on the one you have is no good and is letting pressure from the water lines in the motor escape into the water reservoir hence the bubbling noise. Had the same problem and thought my car was heating up, but it turned out to be just that little cap problem.
If it is coming from the radiator or the hoses this would mean your antifreeze is boiling in the lines. I would recommend first changing the thermostat and bleeding the air from the rad lines.
Yes there is. www.turbododge.com or www.allpar.com would list how to replace
radiator fan relay has failed. It is found in the fuse box under the hood.
Make sure it is in park.
If it has a distributor, it might be the pickup inside the distributor.
Air in the system. Bleed the cooling system and remove any trapped air pockets.
it is possible your radiator is clogged
The most likely cause is an inoperative radiator fan.
On the 4.7L it is under the housing where the lower radiator hose attaches to the engine. On the 5.9L it is under the housing where the upper radiator hose attaches.
Failed water pump, hose, radiator, gasket, freeze plug,............
A very likely cause is a failed radiator fan.A very likely cause is a failed radiator fan.
No reset switch, Chrysler controlls the fuel system with relays.
My 93 shadow took 4.5 qts. So I would say your 94 would be the same. Just to be sure, start with 4 qts and then start the car and then add the additional 1/2qt after if needed.
Shadow would win
The thermostat on a 3.7 or 4.7 is under the housing where the lower radiator hose attaches to the engine. All other Dakota engines it is under the housing where the upper radiator hose attaches.
If it was overheated at any time then you could have a blown head gasket or cracked head. The easiest way to check for this is to fill the radiator clear full, leave the radiator cap off and start the engine then watch to see if the water in the neck of the radiator looks like it is boiling. The neck is where the radiator cap screws on. If it has no bubbling or very very little then everything is fine and you need to look somewhere else. REMEMBER to fasten the radiator cap after testing or it will overheat.
no. shadow does not have a brother or sister. if amy and shadow were brthers or sisters then shadow would have have a sister named blaze.Also shadow, blaze and amyare in love but shadow would never tell sonic and sliverorsonic and sliver would kill him
you have to drain the antifreeze/coolant so it would be wise.