Check the level of the antifreeze in the rad. (remove the rad cap when the
cars engine is cold and leave it off). with the cap off start the car.
look into the rad and see if first, there is in fact fluid and second look
for bubbles, if the heads are leaking into the water jacket the rad fluid
will look as if its boiling. You can also take to a shop and have them do a
pressure check on the cylinders and cooling system.
Of course this is after you have looked for external leaks.
89 squareback wagon
93 JeeP Grand Cherokee
93 JeeP Cherokee
It does have antifreeze in the Radiator, it is dirty, someone has put bars
leak in it, there is water in the overflow also, like I said I took this car
on a 40 mile round trip and it didnt overheat, smell or anything upon
returning home with it and it ate me up in fuel, but it needs a tune up
I will take off the radiator cap off and start the car and see whats up
Antifreeze is full or almost, the overflow tank is blow normal, dont see any
bubbles anyplace. But I did find a reciept in the glove box were the
previous owners bought bars leak and put in it, dont know what for, havent
found any leaks yet.
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