i was driving home last night and by the time i got home it was completely over heated when i parked it was smoking and i believe all the radiator fluid had drained.

Asked by Dec 22, 2014 at 12:34 PM about the 1999 Jeep Cherokee 4 Dr Sport 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

the fluid was a neon green color

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If that is the case, look to see where the leak is from. Sounds like it overheated, or one of the hoses broke. Also look at the radiator itself.

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Water pump. which engine is in that ? Some can be difficult to see to detect, but coolant leaks are best found by applying some pressure to the filled system and removing parts till you find the leak. A water pump shaft seal and coolant hose connections from overdue hoses can be at fault. Last one I had, the pump shaft was creeping out. While we had it off, the timing chain was way baggy so we just did the whole front of the engine.

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The guy had already replaced his radiator trying to fix it with one of those cheap aluminum replacement ones. But the dik paid 400 for it and then had 2 new problems. Be mindful of detecting the leak with the proper tester, go steady and let it get to a drip. then trace up to find it. you can get that tester at the parts store. and return it after.

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