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2001 JEEP ..RADIATOR IS COLD

Hello I have a 2001 Jeep and I replaced the thermastat and it will heat up but the main radiator is COLD? like the water isn't moving? Is this the water pump or the radiator is cloged?HELP

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    You have an air block in the system.

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The water temp is 195-210 degrees..the hoses are hot that go into the radiator..but the radiator itself is still cold?

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What is the water temp at the dash...leave the rad cap off until normal temp... might be an air lock. If the engine overheats fast and blows coolant out the filler then its a blocked radiator...why did you repace the thermostat

Posted on Dec 25, 2008

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