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2003 Jeep Liberty Limited 4dr

2003 Jeep Liberty
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2-Wheel Drive, 4 Door, Sport Utility Vehicles
16 mpg city / 22 mpg hwy
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June 13, 2013, 7:46 pm

Sam K

Question: overheating

Have flushed and refilled coolant, bled lines, swapped fan relays, thermostat and coolant temp sensor.

Was pretty sure fan was coming on as needed a bit ago but now it doesn't seem to want to come on ever. Ac doesn't turn fan on and clutch for ac doesn't seem to be engaging though it was earlier today when fan was going 4 steps into trying to fix this.

Highway driving or blasting the Heater are the only ways to keep it from overheating

June 17, 2013, 8:19 pm

Richard W
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Start the car let it run. Watch the temp gauge. When it get to 3/4 and the fans don't come on I would replace the fan motor since you have done the other stuff.

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