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08-05-2011 10:07 PM
Tony 76 Could be the radiator the thermostat or the fan. I would start with thermostat its cheapest.
08-05-2011 09:13 PM
125YJ I have an 89 YJ with the 2.5 original radiator and clutch fan, never overheated yet it must be clogged
08-05-2011 08:59 PM
Garyk If the radiator is the original or really old, I would suspect that its clogged...
08-05-2011 07:19 PM
2xs yes, im going the electric fan route soon, right after the SYE.
08-05-2011 06:55 PM
tnjeeprider I have a 95 4 cyl and it did the same thing, I changed the radiator to aluminum ( $88 free shipping from radiator classic ) and I removed the clutch fan and installed an electric fan and 180 degree thermostat. I run cool all day long. I think the fan was more of the problem, but for $88 how could I go wrong replacing the radiator while I was there.
08-05-2011 06:54 PM
2xs My stock radiator was my issue, got one for a newer 6 cylinder and havent had any issues since.
08-05-2011 06:48 PM
Over heatting

I have a 92 Wangler with a 4 cylinder engine. it keeps over heating while i'm off roading. the radiator is old but i dont think that it is the problem. there are no leaks in it. what else could it be and how could i fix that?

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