Question about 1990 Jeep Cherokee Limited
That sounds like a thermostat. Look on your radiator and follow the rubber hose that travels toward the engine. It should be right near the middle of the front. The sensor is bolted under a housing on most cars. It shouldn't be hard to find.
If the thermostat is bad, it will not circulate water, as it cannot actuate the water pump. This would explain the overheating, and also explain why the heat will not work.
Follow the hoses going from the radiator, as the thermostat reads the water temperature. It's on the main line.
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
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