Question about Jeep Liberty
2004 jeep liberty radiator overflow tank when cold one side shows full other side is empty is this normal
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Posted on May 09, 2015
Are you confused?
does the operators manual show 2 tanks.???marked AF, antifreeze?
is one, washer fluid.?
it look it up in the FSM but no engine stated.
i see one tank ,called BOTTLE here,
my guess is you lost the operators guide and are lost.
Posted on Mar 28, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Relax, there is no problem.
When the water / coolant gets hot (inside of radiator/engine) it starts to boil, ofcourse when it boils, it expands, so the fluid in the radiator has to go somewhere, thats why there is the overflow reservoir. So, when the fluid boils, some moves to the reservoir to avoid any potential problems with the radiator, such as it blowing up, or not being able to cool off all of the fluid running through the engine.
But relax, its normal.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
you drain it from the radiator petcock on the bottom and you fill it from the overflow tank however I seem to remember those cars as having a radiator cap if i'm not mistaken it is on the passenger side if not in is the overflow tank
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
SOURCE: 03 jeep liberty gas gauge
This is a common problem with all cars, If you do a search on sulfur and fuel gauge problems you would find more info than I can tell you.
But basically you will need to replace the fuel sender in the tank to fix this problem.
The sender uses silver contacts and the sulfur is corrosive to it.
The sulfer in fuel changes thru the year and sometimes its extreme.
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
this problem is caused by a defective gas gauge sending unit, it is located inside the gas tank, u must remove the gas tank to replace the part
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
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