Question about 1998 Jeep Cherokee
HI, my cherokee's A/C is working very well, it gets very cold & the fan blows great. Unfortunantly it also starts overheating the engine. It will cause antifreeze/coolant to spit out (not positive but I belive it comes out through the overflow). A guy at autozone said to check the fan switch, but my Chilton manual says nothing about A/C repair. This is the car my wife and kids ride in and we live in GA (100+ degree heat index) PLEASE HELP. Thanks in advance.
You need to get the cooling system flushed and the thermostat replaced. The fan switch he referred to is the cooling system fan switch. When you A/C is on the computer turn on the fan constantly to help keep the engine cool under the extra load.
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