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1997 jeep cherokee laredo

WHen i turned off the jeep, I noticed steam coming out of the left sie of the hood.

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What does your temperature gauge say? Make sure you're not overheating. Steam is always an indicator that something is amiss with the radiator. Never open it when it's hot!

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