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'96 Jeep Grand Cherokee is Overheating and i changed tha radiatior changed tha thermostat theres no leaking i dont know whutt to do

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Check that your electric fan is coming on when it's supposed to and, if you have a clutch fan, make sure it is not freewheeling when the engine gets hot.

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Check the fan

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