Question about 1988 Jeep Wrangler
1988 jeep wrangler. The coolant is bubbling over in the reserve container. Does this mean the radiotor is clogged somewhere?
Not likely, but you can flush the entire system, and that would give you an indicator of the condition the engine is in internally. Smell the overflowing coolant, if it has a burned or exhaust like smell, you need to look at your engine gaskets.(Cyl Head gasket) especially. in a worse case scenerio, the heads themselves may need to be looked at. When you get a cracked head, you typically get a condition where the pressure the engine makes, pushes to coolant back through the system end up in the overflow bottle. I love jeeps, so good luck with this repair.
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
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