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95 jeep wrangler overheating and hissing sound

I have a 95 jeep wrangler and i think i have a water pump issue....it leakes out water under the car and then a hissing sound

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  • HaZzMATt Apr 10, 2009

    I have a '95 Jeep YJ Wrangler w/ 114Kmiles The original radiator over heated and blew through the plastic top and had to have it towed home

    Q: what causes the radiator to fail ?

    Q: If I'm replacing the radiator anyway should I replace the water pump as well ?

    thank you

    M. Allen Riverside Ca

    mattallen111@netzero.net

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My Jeep doesn't go as fast as I think it can, I can only get it to 50 MPH. How do i fix this problem?

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Had the same problem on my 95 Wrangler within the last month. I was told that the radiators on Wranglers tend to wear out, and don't push fluid through after 10 years or so. I decided to 'fix' everything at the same time. I replaced the radiator, the radiator hoses, and the water pump. That stopped the leaking, and fixed the problem. Water pumps run less than $50, and is actually something you can do yourself. I'm not mechanically inclined, but I needed to save the labor charges from the mechanic, so I took at shot. I had no problems. It does help to have an extra pair of hands to replace the serpentine belt.

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