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My 1996 jeep grad cherokee larado is over heating

I have replaced the Water pump, the thermastat, and all of the hoses it could possibly be what could be wrong? It is also making a clunking sound in the passingers side in the dash bord.

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  • clarinetplay Dec 16, 2008

    no it is a 5.2L V8 so could that be it I also put gas in it this morning and then after when I tryed to start it, it just wouldent turn over then I pushed it and let it sit for like 10 min and it started.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    have u had this engine checked for a blown head gasket? if it is being driven while overheating then the head gaskets are most likely blown and poss other engine damage as well.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    the noise is coolant boiling in the heater core, did u bleed the air properly from the cooling system?

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You have air trapped in the cooling system. This is a 4.0 right? pull the heater hoses to the rear and let the air out. Run the heater, jack up the front end, rev the eng a few times, this should purge the air

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    Paul Thoegersen Dec 16, 2008

    The no start might be water in a cylinder...Hydro lock....this would also explain your overheating

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