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Over heating I have replaced the thermostat the, water pump the fan clucth and had the radiadtor done and yet when i get going it gets hotter, i slow down it gets cooler somebody please help

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  • bahtiyar Oct 23, 2008

    I have Jeep Wrangler 1995,the problem is, when we face with trafic jam,the temperature shown 110 degree,I was change the water pump and radiator,but still the same,the question is,how many degree normal and peak temperature engine for my jeep ?



    When we must stop the engine when temperature hight ?



    That all,Thank You.



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Possibles. lower radiater hose calapsing, belt stretch (heat), the faster an engine turns, faster water flow, to fast flow, not enogh time to cool, pls. keep in mindthat most items are produce outsidse us. consequently,quality suffers, been known to go thru a couple before getting a good one. test- have someone hold throttle, bring to 2000 rpm hold make sure temp. is up sqeeze top hose, feel surge immediatly if all is operating correctly(t.stat). if no surge=t. stat.

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