Question about Jeep Cherokee
No, driving a lot should not require topping off your antifreeze. When parked overnight is there any evidence under the jeep of a leak? If not, it could be a bad head gasket, which would cause antifreeze to leak into the engine where it isn't supposed to be. Check your oil dipstick, any evidence of white on it? That would mean you are getting coolant in with your oil.
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
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