The Location of the Thermostat on a 1999 Intrepid?

Answer The thermostat in your Intrepid is essentially a pressure valve that responds only to the coolant's temperature. As the temperature of the coolant around the engine rises, the thermostat begins to ... Read More »

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Thermostat Location in an Intrepid 2.7?

The thermostat in the 2000 Dodge Intrepid equipped with a 2.7-liter engine is operated by a wax pellet chamber. This differs from the usual mercury valve used for most thermostats. Although the met... Read More »

How to Repair the Thermostat in a Dodge Intrepid?

If you've been driving a Dodge Intrepid you know that it's a full sized, four-door, rear-wheel-drive sedan that packs a punch of 200 horsepower. Due to this mix of engine size and horsepower the en... Read More »

How to Change the Thermostat in a Dodge Intrepid?

Though not available since 2004, if you're tooling around in a Dodge Intrepid and you notice the heater's not working, or the engine is running too hot, chances are you need a new thermostat. Wheth... Read More »

How to Replace a Thermostat in a Dodge Intrepid?

The thermostat on your Dodge Intrepid model is an engine-temperature control valve. This valve is designed to close and open within a predetermined temperature range, allowing the exchange of hot a... Read More »