jeep 1999 grand cherokee engine temperature problem

Asked by Mar 29, 2016 at 02:45 PM about the 1999 Jeep Cherokee 4 Dr Limited 4WD

Question type: Car Customization

my jeep is 1999 grand Cherokee limit has a problem with engine temperature is too low now (100)
I smelled burn yesterday when I drove through the hwy on my back to home after work.
a someone pointed my back smoke weird smell bad like burn.
took look engine and coolants are enough mount level and I just changed engine oil a few month ago (checked it already was good yet)
and I asked my a friend who knows about car but he said no clue or talking about  thermostat problem?? need to change a new one or..still no clue.
so please help me out this
thanks a lots for checking my issu.

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May be thermostat,but i think you may need to check your exhaust when engine is hot,you may find that you are loosing a little coolant out the exhaust,this would be a sign of blowed head gasket,or one more conclusion would be your catilac converter is stopped up causing a burnt smell,

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