2004 Jeep Liberty Sport 6 Cyl 3.70L
Jeep Liberty overheating. Forum will not let me enter 6 cylinder 3.7 L)
Just replaced radiator, thermostat, coolant Reservoir cap and water pump. Flushed, bled system of air correctly, still overheating. Electric fan, heater, and AC all work. No coolant smell, leaks or visible steam. Does not overheat at idle only after driving about 15 minutes, overheats even faster going uphill. Although engine shows no signs of overheat. Got a new coolant temperature sensor about a year ago, pulled it out and it looks fine. I don't know what's left to do. Maybe the Reservoir cap I got is not fitting properly? I am just at a complete loss of what's left to diagnose. Any input would be much appreciated, 2004 Jeep Liberty 3.7 L . thanks!
Loss of coolant because of a coolant leak is probably the most common cause of engine overheating. Possible leak points include hoses, the radiator, heater core, water pump, thermostat housing, head gasket, freeze plugs, automatic transmission oil cooler, cylinder head(s) and block.