Question about 2002 Jeep Wrangler
If you haven't aleady, I'd replace the rad cap too.As far as the flow goes, It's usually easy to see big flow increase in rad when thermostat opens at about 190F-210F. If your not seeing an increased flow when gauge at normal operating temperature, then yes, water pump would be next. With that said, a compression or cooling system pressure test may be needed to rule out head gasket too. Does it appear to be losing/using coolant or just heating up? If it is losing coolant, then headgasket may be the problem. Let's hope that confirming good flow or no flow in rad, by visual, will answer your question.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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