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Loss of coolent

No leaks found losing 1 ltr of water every 100 miles pressure test an dye test found nothing not overheating

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Check for water in oil,or watch for water dripping from tail pipe. possible blown head gasket

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I am losing about 1/2 pint coolant every 1000 miles. the vehicle does not ovrheat at all.

check sump oil color
If grey that is coolant into the sump , probably from behind the water pump impeller
because water loss is not evident the fact that there is loss means that there is a leak some where
There is a drain hole under the water pump housing and if the seal is gone the water will leak out there under pressure and when operating and the coolant is lost in the air stream
Take it to an accredited radiator shop and have the system pressure tested

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If it is leaking out that fast is should be pretty easy to see where it is leaking from. Find the leak, repair the leak and your problem should be solved.

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Over heating

Top gaskets including head gaskets or just intake manifold gaskets?
You can try a chemical dye in the water and see if a ultraviolet light will show a leak.

Check the thermostat, would not help leak but could explain things like sheared off water pump impeller or blocked water passages if thermostat came apart.

The electric cooling system is there for a reason, the water is not enough to cool some of these engines. This can explain the overheating but not the water loss.

Check the a/c duct drain coming out of the Firewall. Your heater core could leak and discharge out the bottom of your truck.

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Pressure testing at your local garage will reveal the problem.

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Loses coolent

about how much coolant are you losing?

Have you had the cooling system pressure tested?

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My vehicle is losing coolent but no leak. I have to add coolent at least once a week and can not figure it out. I flushed the radiator to make sure the mixture was right and replaced the radiator cap but...

you probably have a bad intake or head gasket. check your oil dipstck and see if you oil is foamy or has a chocalate milk mix. if so your head gasket is going. look at the exhaust if the exhaust is white your intake gasket may be bad. you could have a cracked part also. if you do not find these problems . you can remove your spark plugs and do a coolant pressure test to force out the coolant to find the leak. autzone rents these for free and it installs in your radiator cap.

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My ac loses gas in 3 days i had a pressure test

you should have someone leak check the system with dye and gas sniffer. the most common problem with these jeeps is the evaporator leaking.

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Overheating Problem

There are a lot of places it could be leaking from,it could be a head gasget, freeze plug, intake gasget, ect. best thing to do is pressureise the cooling system and look for a leak, and watch the pressure guage on tester. Do you have the right radiator cap? or at least the right # cap. That is something thats over looked a lot, and they go bad too.

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It could be your head gasket.

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