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06-18-2013 01:42 PM
Flashole This thread is relevant to my interests.
06-16-2013 11:17 AM
Marcinsamba My jeep 2000 6cyl 4 l sport

Radiator made by vista pro part 432696 and 433060 two are same they putting automatic transmission cooler in as part of new design.part is very well made and guaranteed most important works .
06-15-2013 08:52 AM
RitalinKid Good info thanks. Do you have a part number or a make and model for the vehicle the rad came it.

06-15-2013 07:22 AM
Overheating solved forever

FOR ALL JEEP 2000 6 /4 liter ?i have successfully won the overheating battle with my jeep is the solution.Based on some suggestions posted on this forum I have installed:
2 row ready rad for 119$,from DIY radiator(do not believe you can run flow test on your rad and hope its good.10 years old rads have deposits in them you can't see.For 119$ do yourself favor and toss old one in the garbage)

1993 ford explorer plastic 10 blade fan mounted on original jeep clutch(needs very little alteration )
185 thermostat-not necessary you can use 195
My gauge is steady in hot 89farenheit .it stays just about 1/8 of an inch below middle.even under heavy load up the hill.
Thank you all for your recommendations.

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