Question about 2010 Jeep Liberty
Posted by Anonymous on
You didn't get all the air purged out of it. To new to be a clogged heater core. Unless some one has dumped a bunch of radiator stop leak in it.
Posted on Mar 28, 2015
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sounds like a head gasket problem. A minor leak there will pump compression into coolant and force it out of heater core. Any unusual steaming from tail pipe? Also: if radiator was flushed "in car" sometimes debris does not come out. Try flushing with it out of the vehicle. Jeep radiators are notoriously small for their application if not at at least 90% they will not work correctly.I'd look at the hg first though otherwise, your symptoms seem to be contradictory.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
You don't need to remove the water pump. The thermostat is located under a housing, at the engine end of the upper radiator hose.
All you need to do is drain your radiator, remove the upper radiator hose, and remove the thermostat housing. Clean it up well, and replace all gaskets before reinstalling!
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
your clutch on cooling fan could be faulty or your radiators cores is blocked and restricted.also grilled could be blocked restricting air flow.
Posted on Dec 25, 2009
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