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Just fixed head gasket and now smoke is coming out from hood

Had a blown head gasket in my 2004 jeep grand cherokee. had it fixed as well as the timing chain and tensioner and now there is smoke coming out from under the hood.

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  • Jeep Master
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Sounds like oil leak, Check the valve covers.

Posted on Jan 23, 2013

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  • luvmyjeep Jan 23, 2013

    Thanks! Is this something that the mechanic who fixed it should do or should do you think it would be an additional charge? When we looked under the hood we also noticed some fluid coming out of the hose that goes from the radiator to the engine. There is a bolt there and it looks like the fluid is coming out from there and dripping down and burning. would that be oil as well?

  • luvmyjeep Jan 23, 2013

    I just looked at some picture and the "bolt" I am referring to is the coolant bleed screw

  • Brad Brown Jan 24, 2013

    Make sure it is tight

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Check this link & scroll down to your engine. Click on picture to expand.

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SOURCE: 02 jeep grand cherokee, could a blown head gasket

If there is a lot of coolant in the oil it will.

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Probably have bad hood struts/shocks that hold it up. These can be obtained at the usual discount parts stores(Kragen,Autozone, Checker,etc) Usually just pop off on one end of a ball mount and unbolt the other after you have propped up hood. These shocks go bad from time or fluid leaks.

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SOURCE: 98 jeep grand cherokee all time 4wd, v8, 5.9L, how

u also need 2 buy intake gaskets. bcuz the intake has 2 come off 2. u need 2 take everything off thats in the way. u also hav2 drain the coolant. its a big job like 12 hrs

Posted on Feb 13, 2010

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SOURCE: grand jeep cherokee 1997 white smoke /tail pipe

It is most likely your head gasket. Check for antifreeze in your oil and oil in your antifreeze. Or it could also be your intake gasket. Whatever you do. DO NOT put any kind of products like that into your motor. Those are strictly last resort options. Take the Jeep to a garage for an estimate and repairs. Only add those products if you are planning on changing the whole motor out for a new one!

Posted on Feb 25, 2010

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