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Did you try putting anti freeze in it? and a new radiator cap? did you make sure the fan is working and if it has belts that they are tight? did you check the fluid level in the transmisson and power steering pump? Is your alinement way out? do you have clean motor oil?

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  • Bruce Hathcock Jun 26, 2009

    I forgot to mention that you could have the thermostat in backwards it is a common mistake even done it myself a couple of times but you need to check the radiator hoses when the engine is cold and fill if there are soft spots in them, sometimes the hose will separate on the inside and cause a flap to open up and the water won't run threw. Normally it wound be inside near the hose clamps.



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I changed my thermostat and temperature sensor with AC the temperature gauge max out, it takes 45 minutes to max out, now the same issue still exist. Thank you and God bless.

no engine size stated, so there will be no Exact answers ever...
for that one fact..... (most posters fail here)
ok engine temp gauge, so....
ambient temperature is what,
are you at high altitude, ? or cold outside? just a clue here...
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where the parts Jeep parts or aftermarket, ?
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is the fan for RAD kicking.
not using real tools and real temp guages, means you are just guessing...
consider this.
old stat was bad, (most old ones are, they are short lived)
say it reads too low all the time, so you learn and expect its bad habits,
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did you know the stat temp is regulated by the EPA here
are you here, ?USA? or not.
they make this car in Europe too, so..... (laws there are diffr)

Stat put in upside down.
or not with bleed hole (jigglepin) not up hill.
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is it full
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