check all the pulleys and they appear to be fine. The Jeep would still overheat though. I found that the coolant bottle was cracked and replaced it along with the thermostat (195) for good measure. Now, on the open road or in cool weather, it is fine, runs cool with no problems. In traffic (the stop and go 5pm kind) you have to have the heat on full blast to keep it out of the red zone (overheat). This is no way for the wife and kids to live. I know this is a closed system, can it be flushed? I was thinking new radiator but that is an expensive guess to not be very sure. Are these things related or am I just having a run of bad luck.
I have asked several mechanics and have been told that I don't know how to put the belt on. They say I must have it on wrong and that would account for all the problems. I have been told that this is the ONLY answer to my problem. I know how to follow a diagram, I'm not dumb. I've checked this over literally hundreds of times and have had other people look as well. The belt (all be it the smaller one) is on and routed properly. PLEASE help before this drives me INSANE!
have the same problem?
Wednesday, July 11th, 2007 AT 5:21 PM