Engine Mechanical problem
1996 Jeep Cherokee 6 cyl Four Wheel Drive Automatic 125000 miles
My Jeep is overheating? I don't have a diagnosis. I'm going to change the thermostat, all associated hoses, and clutch fan. It might even be the water pump but I am not certain. However, I want to give my Jeep a REALLY good radiator flush FIRST. I'm having trouble with the T-kit which is what I want to use to flush because I hear this is the best.
Where do I connect the T?
Where does this hose go/connect from and to?
I read it's supposed to be on the heater core inlet hose.
On my Jeep the heater core is in front of the radiator and air blows through it first. The heater core has two hoses, the top heater core hose is connected to the heater core and the radiator. The bottom heater core hose is connected to the bottom somewhere near the engine but not sure. Anyhow, which hose do I use, the heater hose that connected from the heater core to the radiator or the one that is going somewhere near the engine.
have the same problem?
Friday, June 5th, 2009 AT 10:36 PM