Question about 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The rust color may be due to transmission fluid contamination. Your radiator has passages for engine coolant and also has passages for transmission fluid too. Check the trans dip stick and be sure the color is a nice red. This may or may not be the cause. I am assuming you have or had a mixture of coolant/water and not just straight water. Also check the coolant in the radiator carefully. It may also be possible that the clutch fan on the cooling fan is defective, causing the fan not to turn efficiently, it is a silver finned device mounted to the metal fan. These are just a few areas to check out.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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