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Jeep liberty 3.7 leter engine. Is draining and

Jeep liberty 3.7 leter engine. Is draining and flushing the coolant a different process than the basic automobile? Are there details that need to be remembered or is it easy... comparitively speaking.

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Its the same. Coolant is coolant in any vehicle with a coolant system.

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it's overheating, for sure,
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"pulled over and found a hose to cool the radiator and hose near the thermostat,"
i can not understand this statement"above"
if it overheat only parked, check fan for full ops.
if overheats moving too, wont stay cool moving fast
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My 2003 jeep liberty 3.7l overheated and then I realized I had no coolant so I fill the resivior up with coolant and started the jeep, but it began to drain rapidly...with no signs of leaks anywhere. So I...


YOU HALF TO FILL THE RADIATOR DIRECTLY THER WISE THIS WILL OCCURE DO TO THE RADIATOR BEING SO FAR DOWN. NOW IF YOU OVER HEATED PULL YOU OIL DIP STICK AND IF THE OIL LOOKS LIKE CHOCOLATE MIKE THEN YOU BLEW THE HEAD GASKET AND WILL NEED TO FLUSH THE MOTOR AND REPLACE THE HEAD GASKET AND OPE PRY YOU DIDNT SCORE ANY OF THE PISTON WALLS

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No if the head gasket went it takes time to wear a spot out in it to make it finally go.How many miles on it?Rust in coolant mean you had a dirty radiator that needed flushed out for a long time, and the rad changes just helped cleaning it.

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there is drain for a/c look for hose or drain on firewall pluge with leafs and dirt

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How to drain and refill coolant in a 2004 Jeep 3.7L Liberty?


you drain it from the radiator petcock on the bottom and you fill it from the overflow tank however I seem to remember those cars as having a radiator cap if i'm not mistaken it is on the passenger side if not in is the overflow tank

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Where is the thermostat located on 2002 jeep liberty


follow the upper radiator hose which will lead u to the engine block u would have to remove that hose and its located there . . u may have to drain some coolant but not always necessary and definately do that when the engine is cold

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Jiffy lupe said i need engine flush for my 2002 Jeep Liberty


No, this is not normal. if you have coolant or water leaking into the engine piston chambers, you will need a head gasket not an engine flush. if you open the oil cap to add oil to the engine and you see a lot of gunk under the cap, then its time for that flush. I would be concern about the more serious issue and that is that there is coolant or water leaking into the combustion chambers. this is a sign of a bad head gasket.

please rate and god bless..

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