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It seems my jeep is running a little hot..above 210..usaully happens when the air is on or going up a grade.. Had coolantr changed didn't seem to help

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Check the radiator and A/C condenser in front of it for leaves bugs etc packed into the core. You also may have slight internal plugging forming inside the radiator itself. (happens most in areas with high mineral content in the local water)
In my opinion, Jeep radiators are undersized due to ground clearance issues. You can buy radiators with an additional row of cores but they are generally a bit pricey. On very long grades, it helps to turn the heater on. That will provide additional cooling though it is a bit uncomfortable. Additionally if automatic you can add an external transmission cooler.
Providing that the temperature does not go into a true overheat condition, some heat buildup is pretty much normal and not to be of concern unless you are pulling a trailer etc. Check what I mentioned and you should be OK.

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