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2000 jeep grand cherokee will not start tempture gage reads hot

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This is a safety system built into a Grand cherokee. If it gets hot or loses oil pressure it will shut itself down to prevent engine damage. If it hasn't been started and it reads hot I would say your coolant temperature sensor for the gauge has gone bad and needs to be replaced. They are fairly inexpensive and not to hard to replace.

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