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Ok so i just bought this jeep, im currently replacing all the gaskets in the engine, oil pan, , manifold, valve cover, rear main seal etc.... Its leaking like a sive. My linkage is off so i have to manually shift the vehile like a standard with no clutch. My biggest problem with this jeep that im not sure what to do about is it over heats the thermostat was replaced 4 years ago however one of the fans is missing but its suppoused to be the fan for the ac

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It still needs that other fan. it is thermostatic controlled to come on when the vehicle gets hot enough, not just when the a/c is on. make sure you don't have any leaks and ck the resivor bottle on firewall (i think its this year group) it should be a pressured bottle. make sure it is not swelling like a balloon, also ck for any air in the system

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