Have a 88 Jeep Camanche, fuel injected, 6 cyl. Has run great since bought a year ago. Seems to have developed a coolant leak and ran out of coolant. We replaced the old hoses on the coolant "bottle" assembly...that is the only place you can refill coolant. Since doing that, sometimes the truck will stall after starting. If we open, and re-tighten the coolant bottle cap it will fix it. It still will stall and not stay running at different times now on the road. This has never happened until the coolant recovery bottle hoses were replaced and messed with. What can we do?

Asked by Aug 11, 2015 at 11:37 AM about the 1988 Jeep Comanche

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does the new coolant cap have a vent hole in it? http://www.aa1car.com/library/coolant_recovery_systems.htm

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