Question about 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee
My 2001 Jeep Liberty needs water added in the overflow tank often, like every 3 days, can you tell me why this is happening?
OK, you know that you are loosing coolant somewhere. What you need to do (I can't from here) is carefully look at everything that water passes through till you find evidence of seepage. Check the ground where you park (but remember that coolant will run down and across, dripping somewhere other than exactly where the leak is) Check the chassis after sitting a few hours, under the pump pulley and head/block parting lines..rug on passenger side and heater control valve on hoses going into firewall.but definitely EVERWHERE.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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