Question about 2003 Jeep Liberty
It drives ok but after half a mile it overheats and looses power.
Check that the cooling fan is operating , if does check the coolant level and check the coolant for signs of oil , remove the oil filler cap ,look at the under side of the cap , if has a white/grey sludge that would indicate that theres coolant in the oil ,possable head gasket problem so would need further investigation at a repair shop.let me know how you get on
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most Jeeps use the power steering pump to adjust belt tension. there is a slide bracket at the bottom and a pivot bolt on top. adjustment is made by tightening a bolt at the end of the lower bracket. I have also seen this arrangement used on an idler pulley right below the pump but I may be thinking of some other vehicle.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
Can you see the cooling fans come on? When the engine gets to 212 degrees the fans should come on. To test the fans, with the engine running turn the A/C on high, the fans should come on .
The system also has a 212 switch that screws into the intake manifold. This is what turns on the fans with no A/C.
I hope this helps you.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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