Question about 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Drain coolant from radiator, there is a plug at the bottom of it, turn it counter-clockwise. take off the radiator cap to get the anti-freeze out faster.next, remove air breather components. don't forget to disconnect all rubber hoses attached. next, the shroud has to come off. now on too the radiator hoses, they have to be disconnected in order to be able to remove the now empty radiator. Still with me ? remember to use tape to identify where the hoses go if you never done this before. use numbers for the order if that can help. example : put number on each side of where the hose seperates from where it's attached like the thermostat housing to the top radiator hose. it may sound childish but if you do it that way, the last number you put on is gonna be the first place to start and you won't forget a step. next, remove drive belt, that's the rubber belt around every accessory like alternator, power-steering pump, crankshft and, of course, your water pump. how are we doing so far ?
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