Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
There was a recall on this year Jeep GC. My limited 4.7L had to have the fan clutch replaced, but this was what the recall was for. Make sure that you check with your dealer to ensure your Jeep was included in the recall. Be careful where you take it as the dealer that replaced my fan clutch broke my rasdiator and I had to have the entire radiator replaced about 2 weeks after they did the work and they wouldn't cover any of it.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
First of all make sure there are no air pockets in motor.
Run vehicle with radiator funnel or if don't have one run with cap off until top hose is hot.
If top hose isn't hot then the thermostat is not opening, need to replace. and repeat bleeding procedure.
If it overheats it builds up pressure and causes overflow cap to relieve pressure.
WORST CASE SCENERIO:
water pump is bad not allowing enough flow through out the vehicle.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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