JEEP LIBERTY COOLANT PROBLEM
2004 Jeep Liberty • 6 cylinder 4WD Automatic • 116,000 miles
I WAS DRIVING MY 2004 JEEP LIBERTY AND THE C/H LEVEL WAS ON H, I CALLED A FRIEND AND HE TOLD ME TO PULL OVER . WE FILLED IT UP WITH 100% ANTI-FREEZE AND ALL IT DOES IS OVER HEAT , WE CHECK THE THERMOSTAT CHANGED IT BUT IT STILL OVER HEATING WHAT YOU THINK IS WRONG?
May 12, 2011.
May 12, 2011.
Antifreeze/ Coolant should never be mixed more than 70% Coolant to 30% Water
Usually most mix it 50/ 50
I do this in the ****....so it is right, no matter how much I ever pour in, mine is always 70/ 30!!!....even at a later date, if I pour it in already mixed right, its still right in the radiator
Just pouring it in and Assuming, that what's left to go in, is the correct amount.....You have no clue what the mixture is.
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