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I have and overheated promblem with my 1993 jeep chorekeee country . What can it be

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Chris, unfortunately, it can be caused by a host of things: Low radiator coolant, a clogged radiator or engine thermostat, a leaking coolant hose, faulty radiator cap and the list goes on and on. However, it's best to start with the easy things, like Low Radiator Coolant, because that's easy to check. Just make sure the engine has cooled before removing the radiator cap. While you're waiting for it to cool, look in the plastic coolant overflow tank. If there's no coolant in it, more than likely, when you remove the radiator cap, you'll see the coolant level is low. However, if it appears full, it may be that the radiator is clogged and needs to be flushed and new coolant put in. If the coolant in the radiator looks like old coffee grounds, nine times out of ten, the radiator is clogged and seriously needs to be flushed.

Also,pull the oil dip stick and look at the color and consistency of the oil on the dip stick. If it's a milky color, your engine has a blown head gasket and that's where the coolant is going.

As I said before, it can be a "host of things". Just start with the simple ones first.

Hope this helps you in starting to troubleshoot the problem If so, please leave me a good rating. Thanks!

Posted on Mar 25, 2011

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