Question about Jeep Cherokee
Are you using dex cool orange coolant?? If so your condition is normal as the dexcool will get clay like when exposed to air. The problem is I dont believe your Jeep is designed to run on Dexcool (for aluminum heads) and it will possibly cause clogs and blockages. Check your radiator/fill cap and double check as I'm pretty sure your cherokee uses standard green 50/50 coolant. If it doesnt say Dex cool on the cap then flush the system and put the required green coolant back in and your problem should go away!
Posted on May 02, 2010
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