Question about 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
If that is higher than usual, then it probably needs a new thermostat, but 210F is normal in some applications. Thermostats are commonly 180F, 195F, and 210F. I suspect your is a 210F anyway, as the fan comes on when thermostat opens and coolant returns to radiator for cooling, thus fan is activated. I'd just keep an eye on it if that's not where it normally runs, and if temperature gauge goes too much higher than that, then I'd have thermostat changed. Make sure to check coolant level in return bottle to make sure it's at proper level as well. I don't know where your living, but here in Canada, 210F is good for getting better heat inside for the winter.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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