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Does my jeep 3.1td 2001 has a water oil cooling?

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Some cars are designed with an engine oil cooler that allows radiator coolants to run through it to aid cooling the oil for longer life. and most of the radiators are designed to cool automatic transmission fluid which is routed through an oil cooler in it.

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Hello, I have a Grand Cherokee Laredo, 2001, 3,1TD engine. I have a issue with my heating system: The Jeep is not heating enough, reads about 60 degrees C. I have changed the the thermostat, but the...


Thermostat was the right start. The heat works by using heated coolant and pumping it through a heater core. If you take the jeep to a local garage to have the heater core flushed this should fix the problem.

Dec 26, 2014 | 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Wiring diagram or service manual for grand cherokee 3,1td(2000y)


for what? WJ sure.

3.1 liter turbo diesel.
2000.
our books (USA) don't cover diesel , we dont have it. try EU, forum for help.
we have GAS.
the wiki tells me this.
I'd not touch it with out your real FSM on this. from JEEP (your country)
my guess a supplement booklet on this TD? at Jeep.

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The 3.1 litre turbo-diesel on the 1999 Grand Cherokee was developed in conjunction with Detroit Diesel/VM Motori. It has an electronic injection pump, electronically-controlled, vacuum-actuated exhaust gas recirculation, and a special catalyst to control oxides of nitrogen (NOx). Manufactured in Cento, Italy, at 13,000 units per year. It was available in European models and meets the European stage III emissions.
  • Displacement: 3,124 cc (191 cu in)
  • Power: 104 kW (141 PS; 139 bhp)
  • Torque: 367 N·m (271 lb·ft)
  • Transmission: Four speed electronically controlled automatic

Feb 16, 2014 | Jeep Grand Cherokee Cars & Trucks

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2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee 3,1TD fuel pressure shutoff valve


FSM time
buy the FSM for your car and engine, and COUNTRY.

Feb 14, 2014 | 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited v8 4.7 with 155,000 mi. It recvently began burning oil and blowing white smoke.


Check the water to see it there's oil in it ...and...check the oil to see if it has water in it or if it's higher on the dipstick or not.

Sounds like a blown head gasket or cylinder rings.

Jul 30, 2011 | 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Water in the oil no overheating could this be the oil cooler


I doubt it. The oil cooler is not usually part of the cooling system. It's uaually externally mounted and air flow does the cooling.

Dec 19, 2010 | 2001 Jeep Cherokee

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2001 jeep grand cherokee. no leaks losing coolant,


Most serious item I see is oil pressure. Put a mechanical gauge on the engine and get an accurate reading. Also make sure that the passage to the sender isn't blocked. If you did the pump yourself, did you find any coolant in the oil? In 99% of all low oil pressure situations, the oil pump has not failed. Rather, either a cam bearing or crank/rod bearing is worn. You do not have to have one spun or completely worn out bearing. Even wear of all bearings that is somewhat excessive can bleed off enough pressure to cause problems (plastigage the engine bearings to determine wear).
As far as coolant loss. A cylinder head gasket can fail between cylinders, into a water passage, into an oil passage or any combination of those and externally as well. The cylinder heads on engines beginning in about '98 are prone to "micro-cracking" which can lead to all kinds of hard to diagnose coolant loss problems. It may help if you have a shop do a dye test and a hydrocarbon test on the cooling system and see what they find.
I have seen several kinds of block sealing systems available. Though I generally do not recommend them, as the longevity of the repair isn't predictable, you could try that as a option of last resort.
There is no quick easy solution to your problem but with a bit of "poking around" you may be able to cure it. Don't bother repairing one problem before finding out what the other one is first though as together, it might be smarter to replace the engine.

May 09, 2010 | 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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I have a jeep cherokee 01 with a 3.1 5 cylinder diesel engine. there is oil inthe water but the head gasket is ok. any ideas


If you have water in the oil and the head gasket is ok, that leaves a cracked block or a warped head.

Apr 05, 2010 | 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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No Heat 2001 Wrangler


you have a faulty thermostat in your jeep. the thermostat is on the engine where the top cooling hose attaches to the motor. it will look like a small valve type thing with a spring that holds the brass part against the steel. if you are replacing this yourself than you will want a 195 thermostat.

Jan 10, 2010 | 2001 Jeep Wrangler

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My 1996 Jeep Cherokee Classic 4.0L has a small antifreeze leak, appears to be coming from bottom left (left side that is when facing it) corner of oil cooling assembly (I think it's the oil cooling...


Hmm I don't recall 4.0 having oil coolers be way to be sure is to buy a coolant pressure tester fill the sytem (with water don't waste new coolant) and pressurize it. The most common coolant leaks on 4.0 engine that I see r from the rad and the water pump.

Oct 25, 2009 | 1996 Jeep Cherokee Country

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Jeep Cherokee 2.5td overheating


AIR IN COOLING SYSTEM. NEED TO FLUSH COOLANT AND RUST OUT OF SYSTEM AND INSTALL NEW COOLANT WITH A NEW CAP

Mar 22, 2009 | 2001 Jeep Cherokee

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