Question about 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The amount of antifreeze you need to add depends not only on the radiator capacity but how much you lost from the block. When doing a water pump etc. or any other minor repairs, most often you need about two gallons. (with enough to re-fill overflow). Always check the concentration after you add it and permit it to circulate.
More important than how much you added is that you keep the mixture at 50/50. That can be checked by using a simple ball type hydrometer (usually under $5.00 at any parts store)
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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