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I have 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee. the Temperature rise but not always, almost one time every week, although that fan is working and there is no shortage of water

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Change the thurmestat than see what happens it could be part time

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2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee (4.0L)...The temperature gauge slowly heads to the "Red" as if it my car were overheating, but the there are no signs of overheating and the Coolant in the reservoir...


When running the engine TOUCH the bottom part of the radiator fins, if the temperature is not the same or cold, u got a blocked radiator FiNS, and u need to replace it! Check also ur Radiator fan, note down what temperature it started to work. If the Fan works at high temp, means ur TEMPERATURE SENSOR switch for rad fan is not working or it has a higher temp operating value! Hope that might solve ur temperament! j/k!

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The next step would be to verify the automatic cooling fan is coming on and functions when the temp rises in the engine. You may also want to check or have someone check the radiator's flow, it may be clogged.

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My 2004 High Performance Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland all of a sudden when idling, the motor begins to race and the temp gauge goes over to 260. When you put in gear and drive it goes back down quickly. It...


Is it really the engine which starts running, or is it the hydraulic cooling fan which makes a lot of noise due to the high coolant temperature? Since the temperature drops down rapidly when you start driving, the problem seems to be with a restricted airflow from the cooling fan. Was the radiator changed lately?
Take care in not overheating this engine, because the heads can warp (coolant leak) and/or it can start dropping a valve seat.

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check the thermostat or your radiator might be stopped up

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check your throttle position sensor and idle air control solenoid.

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