Question about 2002 Chrysler Voyager
I have a 1999 grand cherokee petrol /lpg jeep thats got a serious overheating problem.I have had a new head at a cost off £630 and the problem still there i then replaced a new radiator £140 also thermostat and new auxillary belt.I am running out of ideas now of what it could be as its costing me a bloody fortune.Now the top of the radiator is hot and the bottom is cold so any suggestions are much appreciated on this...thanks
It was none of those....the water pump is bad. The water pump is the workhorse in all of this. The thermostat would be suspect but you have re4placed that. The belt...no worries there unless it was originally slipping. The head? Huge waste of money if there was no internal leak to be found, i.e., milky oil in the oil pan.
The water pump is no good, it won't circulate your antifreeze/radiator fluid.
Posted on May 28, 2010
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