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1996 jeep cherokee help to replace head gasket

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Get a haynes manual, it will tell you all about how to do that.

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White smoke is usually the sign of a blown headgasket. I would have the coolant system pressure tested before any serious damage is done.

Keep in mind this codes:
- Black is excessive fuel
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Then, if you see white smoke from the tailpipe, you have coolant escaping into the intake system.


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you may have a blown head gasket. if you drain the cooling system and it starts (it'll be very hard to start, still) then you'll know

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'96 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overheating


check all fuse and relay pertaining to the ignition system, make sure all hose are good and the radiator is good, check that thermostat, make sure the fan are working. for the head gasket, check for oil and water mixture in the dipstick

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