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It is a 1999 jeep cherokee

It is overheating i have replaced the radiator flushed the whole system changed the thermostat what else could it be please help

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Try checking the cooling fan clutch..if it is defective, it may cause the jeep to overheat..especially in warmer weather!

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Vapor lock in the system look for a bleeder screw on the t-stat housing and check the fan

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