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My 95 Jeep Grand Cherokee keeps over heating, and the coolant get pushed into the reserve causing a spill over.

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Sound's like the thromstat is closed and wont open.replace it

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How do I replace the pcm on 95 jeep larado??? thanks!!


Hi there:
I have the same Jeep GC Limited...

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Fig. 1: Powertrain Control Module (PCM) location

According with this specific section from Jeep Repair Manual, check this procedure to removal and installation:
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the coolant reserve tank and disengage the three electrical connectors from the PCM.
  3. Remove the three PCM mounting bolts and carefully remove the PCM.
  4. Installation is the reverse of removal.

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Dec 04, 2011 | 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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So, my 2001 V8 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo is very slowly leaking coolant. I replaced the heater core in 2009 and the symptoms that the Jeep expressed then are not happening now. However, the low coolant...


are you mixing the coolant with water if yes,you need to just put straight up anti freeze ,because water evaporates at high temperatures .. also keep resorvoir full at all times there is a sensor in the tank that when is low it makes the check coolant light come on ,,....good luck

Mar 21, 2011 | 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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I have a 2004 jeep grand cherokee with just over 40,000 miles on it. It started to overheat randomly so I flushed the system and replaced the thermostat and radiator cap. I still had the same problem, then...


for sure pressure from air in system could have made the outer head gaket a leakpoint unless maybe your waterpump is leaking?either way dont let reservoir go dry because if engine need it draws on it or dumps it back.... try keeping it full an bleed it if needed try to find that leak...

Mar 19, 2011 | 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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I have a 1997 jeep grand cherokee laredo 6 cyl. i was driving and noticed the battery gauge said the battery was dead and then i noticed the check gauges light went on. i pulled over and saw my temp gauge...


well check the coolant level. it sounds like you had a vapor lock and that would cause steam to escape and cause connections to get wet. this may have cause your battery to read dead. if you aren't low on coolant then i would start with the thermostat. that is easy to change and cheap. if you have low coolant then you may have vapor lock. to fix that you need to let the engine cool down and if you have a radiator cap remove it. look inside you should see coolant. if you don't fill up the radiator with coolant. with the cap off start the jeep and turn the heater on. let the engine warm up. watch the temp gauge and keep looking in the radiator. if you don't see coolant keep add it. at times it will bubble and burp this is normal. keep checking the temp gauge. now see if you feel heat coming out of the heater. if your feeling good heat then the system is circulating. (this mean your not in vapor lock anymore) let it keep running and keep adding coolant till it is full in the radiator. once full put the cap back on and fill the coolant tank to the full point. keep running it but keep checking the temp to be on the safe side. if the temp stay steady you should be good. hope this helps. please rate.

Jan 08, 2011 | Jeep Grand Cherokee Cars & Trucks

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Coolant sensor keeps saying bad would that cause it to over heat jeep laredo 97 grand cherokee


Yes, cause that sensor operates the electric cooling fans by the radiator, if those fans or fan don't come on, the radiator can't cool down as quick and causes the engine to run hotter.

Aug 11, 2010 | 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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I have a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.7. My Jeep


First I need to ask you,when you add 1/2 gallon each weekend,are you putting it in the radiator or reserve container.
Second,when you say it over heats and the reserve tank is always full,Is it clear full and coming out the fill lid.
heater cores can only block water going in to them,it could never cause an over heating problem.
you need to verify the basic system is working properly first.when it is running hot or you hear something different in the engine,what does your temp on the dash say,is it verifying over heating,or not.
the ECT switch is the eyes and ears for the computer,it tells the computer the engine is getting hot and then the computer turns on the radiator fans to cool it down.if the switch is lying or giving false info to the computer,it will never turn the fans on.if you take it to a shop they can test the whole system with a hand held computer and test each part of the system.

Dec 15, 2009 | 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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How do you replace the fan motor in '03 jeep grand cherokee laredo? - the damn thing overheats when idle - changed the relay & coolant sensor... still overheating


When was the last coolant change?
Under 2 years or 24,000 miles.

Change the thermostat and gasket first.

Use a 195F with pop-let protection.

A stuck/failing thermostat is a common cause of over-heating problem.

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To change the fan,the entire protector plastic has to come out.

Most likely you will break the push in locking pins.

Get few replacement push in locking pins before you start the job.


Dec 02, 2009 | 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Grand Jeep Cherokee Heater Doesn't Work


water pump could be bad and leaking from the weap hole. you have no heat cause theres a hole in the coolant system

Jun 08, 2009 | 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Heated Seats do not work


i am a tech for chrysler jeep and dodge for the models such as your jeeps there is a recall for the heated seats we replace the elements.and also something could have spilled and got into the connections causing a short.check with your local dealer and see if the recall applys to your jeeps.

Dec 09, 2008 | 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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