Question about 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I have a 2001 jeep laredo v6 . When ever it gets really warm out or I'm sitting in a drive through it starts over heating to the point where I have to pull over and let it cool off for about an hour. I think it may be the fan or the sensor to the fan but i'm not sure. What else could be the problem? And how do I fix it? Thank You for any answers to this question.
You actually need to look at the fan and see if it's coming on. Another cause of your problem that often shows up in spring is a partially blocked "marginal flow" condition in the radiator. (works fine in colder weather but can't shed heat fast enough in warmer weather. This usually gives itself away by having a very slow fill rate when putting coolant in., also by developing cold spots when the remainder of the core is warm to the touch.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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