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Low coolant light is coming on. Fill coolant and within 3 days it is gone but there are not leaks on the ground. Replaced radiator. Timing is also off. when drive between 15-20 the jeep sputers.

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You could possibly have a leaky or blown head gasket. Do you notice any smoke or steam coming from the exhaust? Also check your oil and make sure its clean or black. If its milky brown then the coolant could be going into the engine.

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