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u need to have a code reader with data stream....hook that up to ur obd connector an goto data stream..... goto TPS there will b a voltage reading when the jeep is running step on the gas an check for a voltage drop..if it drops u r commanding the fuel pump to deliever less fuel when the engine needs more....if u dont have a voltage reading on ur TPS when running replace TPS (throttle position switch). if u dont have a data stream option u will nedd to bring it to a servivce station for this service
Heres a couple of pictures to help you locate the thermostat housing, if you follow the lower hose from the radiator to the motor you will find the thermostat housing on the block, remove the two bolts and off comes the housing and thermostat, hope this helps.
Yes, there are two types of gaskets paper or rubber oring style. if your jeep has a 6 cyl engine then it uses the paper gasket, if your jeep has the v-8 engine then it uses the rubber oring style gasket. here are labeled pictures to help.
If necessary, disconnect the coolant temperature sensor
electrical connector. Disconnect the upper radiator hose from the
thermostat housing. Remove the attaching bolts and lift the housing
from the engine.
well this may not be thermostat is truck staying cool or is it running at regular temp if so its not thermostat what you need to do is find the heater hoses that come from bulk head AND GET TRUCK WARM AND TOUCH THE HOSE SEE IF BOTH OF THEM ARE HOT IF THEY ARE THEN IT COULD BE THE BLENDOOR MOTOR OR THE BLENDOR COULD BE BROKEN VERY COMEN ON THIS TRUCK BUT THE THERMOSTAT IS EASY TO FIND FOLLOW TOP RADATOR HOSE TO MOTOR AND THAT IS THERMOSTAT HOUSING AT THE END OF HOSE AT MOTOR END HOPE THIS HELPS
The thermostat is found at the end of the top radiator hose . Find the top radiator hose and follow it to the engine .There you will find a thermostat housing with the end of the hose attached . There will be 2 bolts holding down the housing to the engine. Undo the bolts and pull the housing off and the thermostat will be there
I do not know a link to a diagram, but I can certainly tell you how to find the thermostat! Looking at the front of the engine, there is a large water hose at the top of the motor that goes to the left, and attaches to the radiator. Not the radiator end, but the other end attaches to the thermostat cover. It has 2 bolts to take out and the little thing between that, and the motor about 2" around that kind of looks like a spinning top, is the thermostat. It is easy to change. Make sure you get ALL the old gasket off and that both bolts go through the new one, and you should be in business!