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Overheating I have a 1989 Jeep Cherokee Laredo v6 4.0l engine with auto-tranny. I replaced the thermostat, drained and refilled the radiator, etc. However, no coolant is reaching the engine itself. The radiator is pulling coolant from the resovoir, but nothing is being sent to the engine and the heat is not working. No appararent leaks, and the only unusual noise is when I run the a/c heater. Solid tranny and engine, just have the cooling issue. Any ideas? Bill

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  • pwilliams930 Aug 12, 2008

    1990 Jeep Cherokee overheating, but coolant not boiling out, replaced thermostat, but second fan doesnt come on. Worksif hooked to battery.


    Any ideas???

  • GLawson343 Aug 14, 2008

    1987 Jeep Cherrokee laredo will crank but will not start. He ran just fine until shutting it off one day and it will not restart.

  • Anonymous Oct 19, 2008

    i am having the same heating issues but i have a leak that looks to be coming from the water pump

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Your cooling system is air locked it need need to bleed it. The easiest way is by a 5/8" heater hose T and install it on one of the heater hoses. It make bleeding really simple.

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Drain your coolant again, and fill in it on the upper hose not on puke tank. check the water pump also for rotation.

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