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I have an 02 Dodge Durango with 256 kms on it and i have problems with it overheating. The coolant goes from the main reservoir into the overflow. I have replaced the clutch fan, the water pump, and the radiator.

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My aunt's 1999 Jeep Cherokee had the same problem, it was her Thermostat. Try replacing that :-)

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