Having problems with your 2002 Jeep Liberty ?

My 2003 Jeep Liberty 6 cylinder is overheating. I have replacedthe thermostat and that helped a little, but it still persists to overheat . It does this intermitently. I can drive it with the AC on for up to one hour and then it startes creeping up in temperature. If I put on the heater for a while, it will cool down to normal after about 5 or 10 minutes and then I can put the AC on again - for a while. I have bled the system and I do not think there are any air pockets. Both the dealer's s

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 19-03-2018

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My 2003 Liberty was overheating also, I found my radiator had a small, barely visible crack in it. I bought a new radiator from 1-800-radiators, They were $100 cheaper than autozone and it was OEM quality. I changed the thermostat and radiatior cap while I was in the cooling system. FIXED . Also have you checked your oil? is it milky? If it is you may have internal problems. Also check your overflow bottle to see if it is blowing bubbles out of it? If so you may have head gasket problems, craked head, or block.
My roommate's fan clutch was bad, I could stop it with my finger. Although you should test it with a rolled up newspaper. Bought another from my local parts store for $60 and replaced it myself.
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