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 Troubleshooting a Jeep Coolant Sensor?

Answer The coolant sensor in a Jeep tells you when the coolant in the radiator becomes too low to safely operate the vehicle. If this sensor fails to notify you via the dash panel light and an audible bee... Read More »
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95 S-10 Coolant Troubleshooting?

Coolant or antifreeze is used to maintain a good temperature in your engine no matter what the weather is like outside. If it is cold outside, then coolant will keep the system from freezing. If it... Read More »
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Where Is the Location of the Bank 2, Sensor 1 O2 Sensor on a 2003 Jeep Liberty?

The oxygen sensor in the Jeep Liberty is part of the emissions control system. Oxygen in the exhaust gasses interacts with elements inside the sensor to generate a small voltage output. The Powertr... Read More »
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How to Find a Coolant Sensor on a '94 S10?

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How to Drain the Coolant in a '99 Jeep?

Due to the age of a 1999 Jeep, using the traditional method of draining the radiator is not recommended. The petcocks on radiators are usually made of soft metal that corrodes or rusts easily. Over... Read More »
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