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1995 jeep laredo over heats

I just bought 1995 jeep over heats.changed water pump,and thermostat.could it be the radiator.please help

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I had the same problem at 185,000 miles heating up to over 220 degrees. and replaced water pump with thermostat. still overheated. looked at the radiator and noticed it was over coroded so bad i could not see light through it with a flash light. i replaced it with a aluminum radiator and stays around 185 degrees all the time.

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If your unsure about any of the following have a mechanic do it for you, you may ruin your vehicle if you don't know what you're doing. Check your levels, in the upper left hand corner of your engine bay there should be a big clear tank, you should be able to see a green liquid level from the right side of the tank, there should be two markers, Full and Add. If it isn't already fill the antifreeze to the Full marker. Run it and check for leaks(should leave a puddle of the antifreeze on the ground), if it is leaking I'm thinking a cracked hose, which isn't among the most costly fixes. Check for oddly colored exhaust, or a white/green tint to your engine oil, which if it is it may indicate a cracked engine block. Also take that big silver cap off of the radiator fill up, you should at least be able to see the level. If not put antifreeze in it until you can.Branching off from the radiator fill up stem(The one with the big silver cap in the front of the engine bay), there should be a small rubber hose running from that and to your left, if there isn't then look for that(small hose, it shouldn't be connected to anything) and try connecting it.

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You might have a blown cylinder head gasket.check the cooling fan

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