Chrysler Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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Typically this would indicate a problem with the thermostat on the car. If that tested good, then I think the next step would have to be a combustion test on the coolant. Make sure there aren't any exhaust gases in it causing the car to overheat. The combustion test is a chemical test that will change colors if there is any exhaust in the coolant. It could possibly be an issue with one of the head gaskets.
As for checking the water pump, other then remove it and check the impellers there isn't a lot you can do. They will usually leak if there is a problem however.
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