Question about 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The 195 is factory, and is where you will get the best mileage/wear for your motor. The colder ones may allow deposits to form in the engine, and may cause other problems. If you want it to run cooler, I would go no lower than the 180. You may be able to get a kit to make the fan a direct drive. This will make the fan spin at engine RPMs, but will sacrifice a little power and be alittle noisier. Check/replace your radiator if it is still overheating while driving down the road, or with the A/C on.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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