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Judging from the comments section on this YouTube video, it seems to be a common issue related to the electric power steering motor. It is likely that there will be a technical service bulletin issued as to what the recommended course of action is.


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tl dr; - Once the radiator is changed, it's probably going to clear up most of the issues. It could be several issues happening all at once, but let's focus on first things. You're car is most likely boiling over due to the leak in the radiator. The system is not building the pressure it normally would, so will boil sooner than what it would normally. The ...


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I believe this means the regulator is going out of the alternator, but not sure. The code I saw for a 94 Jeep says, "Fault in the charging system or no field current." Could be several things, but thinking you need to get your alternator load tested. I believe an AutoZone, Checkers, O'Reilly, or Advanced Auto can do this for you. It could also be that the ...


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I'm not sure how the Mahindra fires, but would suggest that your glow plugs are bad in your diesel engine. I'm not sure about the water, though. This could be an internal leak, but could also just be the byproduct of combustion.


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From your brief description, it sounds like the clutch is going out of it. If you smell anything like hot brakes during clutch usage, this may be the case. Also, if the RPMs do not have a linear (engine speed and vehicle speed go up together) as you accelerate, this may be another symptom. If you have the vehicle in 3rd gear at a slower speed and press hard ...


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I take my jeep to a drive in wash bay. We have them out here all over in Texas. There I can hit the top with pressured water and normal soap and scrub it with a wash towel. If you can't get to a wash bay a "laser-nozzle" should work also. If I really need to I will bring a bristled scrub brush and dig out anything really nasty. There is no quick way to ...


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Ask them how much to tighten all of the fittings on the system. My limited experience is that after time things become loose as opposed to failing. The exception being seals in the compressor itself....


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There is one other thing that can cause what you are describing. There is either a pilot bearing or a pilot bushing that supports the input shaft of the transmission. I don't know which, but if it is a bushing, it would make sense based on your description. If the borrowers slipped the clutch quite a bit and were in a position to use the clutch a lot, ...


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Is it possible to bleed the clutch hydraulics? (I don't remember if the Jeep has that option off the top of my head.) If so, this is where I'd look first. If not, I believe you need to replace them. It seems as though the clutch is not quite letting go when you depress the pedal. The five seconds gives it enough time to spin down. The fact that you can drive ...



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