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Hey all, for those who replied to my last post of overheating. I was able to trace the coolant leak to the oil cooler/oil filter housing. It's an easy repair but will take some time. Now that I have that all fixed my car still seems to be running at a high temperature. For those who use the recommended/required coolant what is the ideal coolant temperature that a 2012 dodge journey should be running at? It used to run at about 120 degrees but I also had a different coolant. Now it goes up to about 185 and that was pretty high and close to how it was when it overheated the first time. Any thoughts?
I have been having issues with my 09 Journey sxt 3.5L V6... It was overheating at one time seemed to have that under control NOW the coolant is leaving the resovoir but not leaking on the ground CHANGED: Thermostat a few times, , radiator, water pump, (might as well have ) timing belt, radiator cap.... the coolant seems to leave when the ac is has been used but every day the coolant has to be checked to make sure there is some in there.. Also its making a noise that's having me scratch my head cause she use to be on silent mode.... The noise almost sounds like a rattling coming from the passenger side. Any thought or suggestions? thanks