Good afternoon sir, I've been watching your videos for sometime now. Well sir, I have a 2015…

Joe1776

Good afternoon sir, I've been watching your videos for sometime now. Well sir, I have a 2015 Chrysler 200 C with the 3.6 liter engine. One day my car overheated, I replaced the fuses, and it kind of stopped overheating. The fuse blew so I took my car to my mechanic and he said it could a sensor, but due to the car's computer system he told me it would be best to take it to the dealer, but the dealer told me it will take them a few days to at least look at my car. So my mechanic put in a 60 watt fuse where it called for a 50 watt fuse. I don't drive often nor do I drive very far. I monitor the vehicle temperature; when driving by myself I just crack the windows, but I use the a/c when my wife and or son are with me. The car temp gets to the halfway mark and reads about 220. Owners manual states the engine will overheat and seize up at approximately 240 degrees. Things seem to be working ok mechanically, I have a really good mechanic whom I've known and trusted for years and many other cars and he said it's most likely a computer issue or a sensor problem. I've been looking up parts, but then I remembered about you and your channel so I need your help. Any advice or help you can provide me with will be greatly appreciated. Thank you sir.