Question about 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee
If it is a 6 cyl, it is attached to the fan, it is the part mounted to the engine that has the shaft sticking out that the fan mounts to, if you think it is defective replacing it takes about 3 hrs, you may have to take the radiator out depending on space, I don't remember, either way take the fan off first, set the fan aside, lay it with the front of the fan down, the side that normally faces the road ahead, it is important to keep it like that.
There are a couple of bolts, you may have to tap the part lose, use a piece of wood and a hammer, don't try to pry it with a screwdriver or wedge, it will pull forward a few inches so be sure of your room if the radiator is still in, clean away the old gasket, pop on new part with silicone rubbed gasket, put the rest back together. You will be dumping a bunch of coolant on the floor, be ready for that.
The only question I have is do you know the pump is bad? Not questioning you just asking if you checked out why it is overheating..if it points to the pump, the reply is correct.
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
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