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05-12-2013 01:03 PM
4angrysquirrels word.cheers.i'm doing the same to my 92 now also...while i'm cooking mothersday dinner..lots of handwashing..
05-12-2013 12:30 PM
1994betty I changed the thermostat and flushed my radiator and it worked, I'm not over heating anymore. Thanks for all the help!
05-09-2013 11:14 PM
1994betty This is all good advise. My first day off I will replace my thermostat and flush my radiator. I will let you know how it turns out!
05-08-2013 02:46 PM
kik It sounds like your thermostat isn't opening. I would replace it.
05-08-2013 08:56 AM
jokerchief462 No distilled water required. Just use the house hose and fill it up if everything is good drain the radiator and add the anit-freeze.
05-08-2013 04:37 AM
1994betty That sounds simple enough. Do I need to use distilled water when I run it again?
05-07-2013 10:40 PM
jokerchief462 Flush it all to include the heater core by disconnecting the two hoses and go straight to it with the garden hose. Once everything is cleaned up and looks good to the eye try it with straight water.
05-07-2013 05:41 PM
1994betty Honestly I found a piece of the fans plastic funnel inside and it was pretty dirty inside.
05-07-2013 12:19 PM
n2trucking one thing to check is what does the radiator look like inside? does it look gummy under the radiator cap? i had a jeep the kept getting hot and had a good thermostat and water pump and i put a new radiator on and it fixed the problem.
05-07-2013 07:04 AM
4angrysquirrels welcome both possible culprits,leaning more thermostat. when waterpump goes usually blows lower radiator hose. if u have some cash do both at once since they are similar jobs in the same area.also a good time to change gooseneck for therm. mind torque spec. the castiron therm.housing likes to snap if overtightened...
05-06-2013 11:38 PM
1994betty
Over heating

I have a 1994 2.5 wrangler. I am overheating and boiling over in a matter of 5-10 min of driving. I have replaced the radiator cap ( because its easy and cheap). My hoses appear to look fine. I am planning to look at my thermostat next and then my water pump. I would appreciate any opinions and suggestions. Thank you

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