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Overheating I've replaced my 2001 cherokee radiator and thermostat. It still overheats. Now what?

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Well without the vehicle in front of me I can mention a few things for you to check
1) possible water pump impeller is rotted away or cracked,
2)check for correct belt routing cause if its wrong the water pump will spin backwards??it happens
3)are you seeing and hearing it overheat ?or are you looking at the guage?may be a faulty sender
4)check electric fan for operation
5)Ive even seen people put the mechanical fan on backwards after they replaced things.
6)grab the fan blades(with enging OFF)that are attached to water pump and see if there is any excessive slop?
hope something helps have a good day DB

Posted on Feb 14, 2009

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