Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
2003 Jeep GC has 200k miles, new tires all around and new shocks on the rear. Great vehicle but this has me concerned as it actualy feels like I'm trying to push a rope down the highway. Please help!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
U should have the accuracy of the gauge tested before u spend any more money on this, factory gauges are not very accurate. U are still in the normal zone though no matter what the other expert says, and jeep Cherokee's run hotter than 195 due to how small the engine bay is, my friend and fellow tech works for a jeep dealer and says hot running on V6's and overheating esp on the V8's is a common issue even on new trucks.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
Many cars have a thermoswitch threaded into the radiator that activates the fans when engine exceedes normal optimum opperating temp. This sensor may have failed , or one of the 2 wires that go to it may have come unpluged or broken
Posted on May 07, 2009
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