Question about 2000 Jeep Cherokee
There is no right or wrong for this one but on a car w/ no gasket leaks you can leave that valve open.Keep a CLOSE eye one the temp gauge and oil gauge while your doing it.Change that oil for sure after you flush & refill w/ anti freeze. Since you said you finally own it & want to keep it,you'll eventually have to repair it the right way.I know it sucks but thats a Jeep. (in all my years)
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
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