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Jeep is overheating when towing at 60mph is it a thermostat fault thanks

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Yes the thermostat could be the fault also check to see if there is a coolent problom in the radator, after it has warmed up shut the jeep off and check the radator for cold spots, If your noticing the radator has cold spots then that should be removed and boild out so it is working properly.

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