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Changed water pump and thermostat in 2010 jeep liberty still no heat

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You didn't get all the air purged out of it. To new to be a clogged heater core. Unless some one has dumped a bunch of radiator stop leak in it.

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sounds like a head gasket problem. A minor leak there will pump compression into coolant and force it out of heater core. Any unusual steaming from tail pipe? Also: if radiator was flushed "in car" sometimes debris does not come out. Try flushing with it out of the vehicle. Jeep radiators are notoriously small for their application if not at at least 90% they will not work correctly.I'd look at the hg first though otherwise, your symptoms seem to be contradictory.

Posted on Jan 27, 2009

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SOURCE: how to change out thermostat on 2002 jeep liberty?

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You don't need to remove the water pump. The thermostat is located under a housing, at the engine end of the upper radiator hose.

All you need to do is drain your radiator, remove the upper radiator hose, and remove the thermostat housing. Clean it up well, and replace all gaskets before reinstalling!

Posted on Nov 30, 2009

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SOURCE: my 2002 jeep liberty is running hot i have changed

your clutch on cooling fan could be faulty or your radiators cores is blocked and restricted.also grilled could be blocked restricting air flow.

Posted on Dec 25, 2009

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the motor for the heat door is bad no switching from cold to hot

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2002 jeep liberty overheating


no engine size stated, so impossible to be detailed
and anonymaous, too boot.
i bet you already asked and got an answer , on older post.
why do that that to expert help./?

Aug 28, 2014 | 2002 Jeep Liberty

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Why is my 2002 jeep liberty over heating


First make sure the coolant level is full. This should be done with while the engine is cold.

If it's full than its most likely a bad thermostat, but could also be a bad water pump, or a bad electric fan ( don't remember off hand if yours has an electric or mechanical fan). If the water pump was bad you would not get heat out of the vents. If there is heat out the vents than the thermostat would be the most likely fix.

Jul 09, 2014 | 2002 Jeep Liberty

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I have a 2005 jeep liberty that's over heats any solutions?


full flush it yet. (AF change out is very limited)
rad tubes clogged, use pyro gun to find this easy.
bad pump. all AF goes acid if IGNORED.
fan belt slips.
Rad fans dead.
thermostat upside down
thermostat bleed hole not up hill , trapping air in block making gauge fail too.
is the block really full of AF or are you reading the liar tank, onside.
check rad levels in the RAD cap neck for full or not. dead cold.

is it is really overheating or only the fibbing gauge , tells you that,?
no steam?
no bursting of AF out side tank
no pinging,?
no loss of power.?
lots and lots of signs , not one stated.......do so please.
A/C trips off line? (it too has over heat detection)

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My 02 jeep liberty is overheating. I changed thermostat and flushed engine. Need advice.


If your coolant is good and the thermostat is good and your still overheating, then it is obvious that the pump isn't working. Change out the water pump.

Apr 13, 2011 | Jeep Liberty Cars & Trucks

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How to change out thermostat on 2002 jeep liberty? Do I have to remove the water pump?


Hi:
You don't need to remove the water pump. The thermostat is located under a housing, at the engine end of the upper radiator hose.

All you need to do is drain your radiator, remove the upper radiator hose, and remove the thermostat housing. Clean it up well, and replace all gaskets before reinstalling!

Nov 30, 2009 | 2002 Jeep Liberty

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Heating problem


If you changed the thermostat yourself and have noted that the lower radiator hose is cooler than the upper radiator hose, you may have installed the thermostat incorrectly or have purchased a faulty thermostat. A lower radiator hose that does not get hot (or as hot as the upper radiator hose) is a direct indication of a faulty thermostat. Please vote for this solution if you found this to be helpful. Thanks,

Jun 01, 2009 | 2003 Jeep Liberty

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2002 LIBERTY OVERHEATING:


do you have a "check engine" light on? A bad temp sensor would give a wrong reading. Do you get heat from your heater core? Also make sure you are getting a good flow from catalytic converter and muffler so you know they aren't plugged heating up engine temp. Also make sure all your heat shields are in tact. Are you using 50/50 mix or mostly water? Though in cold temps you normally want to use more antifreeze less water, I would try more water, less antifrezze.

Mar 11, 2009 | 2002 Jeep Liberty

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if your temperature of your vechicle flunctuate and doesnt stay in the middle then its the thermostat if the temperature stays in the middle you will need to flush out your heatercore

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