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04-26-03, 03:20 PM   #1  
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head gasket failure

92 Plymouth Sundance is not blowing any heat and there are some air bubbles moving in the rad and overflow, is this a sign of a cracked head gasket or maybe a faulty thermostat?
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04-26-03, 04:31 PM   #2  
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What does temp. indicator read? You may be lucky and just have a clogged radiator. How long since flush or coolant change? Are you losing coolant? A lot of bubbles normally means you have combustion gas getting into cooling system.

 
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04-26-03, 08:22 PM   #3  
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Darrell: This model has known gauge fluctuation problems from Chrysler per bulletins on the same.

Original poster: A shop can use a gas analyzer in your coolant/radiator to determine if you have HC in your coolant. If you do, blown gasket/cracked cylinder head .

 
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