Question about 2002 Jeep Liberty
Sounds like a clogged radiator if there's no water to the top hose, also I would replace your thermostat just in case. What you can do is run your car till it get warm , shut it off, and feel all of your radiator with your hand to see if some parts are cold, then it's a clogged radiator. but it should overheat also check your coolant temp sensor to make sure it's correct. Also just look at the motor and feel it, if it's extremely hot and cannot touch it, then it's overheating.
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