Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Seem to have heat but the tempurature gauge is reading low
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
Follow top radiator hose from radiator to engine wear hose ends, it will be clamped to whats called the gooseneck, thermostat is under that. you will have to drain coolant, not all, maybe 1 half gal. before you remove it. 2 bolts new gasget new thermostat, just remember spring on new thermostat goes in engine.
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