Question about 2002 Jeep Liberty
There are a few things you need to check:
First, make sure the cooling system is free of air. This can be done by loosening the bleeder screw while the engine warms up and closing it when only coolant spills out.
Also, look for any leaks from the radiator. Keep in mind it could be leaking internally.
Make sure the cooling fans are working. Check the fuses and switch the cooling/radiator fan relay with a nearby relay like the A/C compressor relay or another relay you know to be working. If the cooling fans aren't engaging, there may be a wiring issue or they may need to be replaced.
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