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Several possibilities, including blockage in coolant tubes of radiator, damaged or slipping impeller on water pump, blockage of air flow through radiator, inoperative radiator fan(s), damaged head or head gasket...
Does the radiator fan come on? If not, problem could be bad temp sensor or fan motor or wiring.
get repair manuel for this vehicle, second, change your thermostat on the engine, is your coolant any good, change it use peak 50/50 anti freeze, that 50% water is very important, its what gives you heat. never use 100% anti freeze, you need this water!!!!!!!, make sure your new thermostat is the right one, and rated at at least 180 degrees. also, figure out how to repair your own actuator attachment , c'mon dude use alittle common sense, you can do it.
sometimes the neutral safety switch goes out and thus it doesn't start... I had that go out in my 96 jeep cherokee sport 4x4... changed the fuel pump out and then found out... I had it changed so I don't know how to do that part.... anyway hope that helps
Is there is the correct amount, type and mixture (50/50) of Radiator-Coolant Fluid in the Radiator? If so: then it is either the Thermostat that is failing or a bad Water Pump. I would definitely change out the Thermostat first as theat is less expensive than the Water Pump. It is easy to do and yes you can do it!
The problem with these jeeps is that the older they get the more clogged the radiator geats.
The radiator in the Cherokees are only a single row of tubes.
You can try to flush out the radiator, but replacing it with a heavy duty type is probably a better option.
Your car is not getting enough flow to cool down the engine.
Also you want to check that the electric fan is coming on. There is a coolant sensor in the radiator.