Question about Jeep Liberty
First thing you need to do is identify the exact location of the leak (could be something other than the radiator but is running and dripping at that location) If you have a radiator with plastic end tanks, I know of no known repair (but have not tested everything out there) However, I have used an old cure successfully on my own plastic radiators, and you could try it before shelling out big $ for a new one, or getting a scrapyard unit.Warm up the engine with the cap removed and add two (not more than 3) tablespoons of regular black pepper. Replace the cap and drive it at least ten miles. Definitely not a factory or traditional repair, but as I said, it has worked for me (did it to my cherokee two yrs ago and still holding!!)
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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