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Experience:  34 year working in the automotive field as a Tech.
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1: My faithful 2001 Jeep grand Cherokee keeps leaking

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1: My faithful 2001 Jeep grand Cherokee keeps leaking coolant fluid. it is not overheating, keeps telling me coolant low, add coolant by next day says coolant low again trying to find the exact start place of leak. I
#2: oil leak, gage stays at 40.
(Good thing I guess)
#3: when heater is On, passenger side blows Cold Air, even when on High.
Blender doors make a series of 'Three' long horrible consecutive grunting sounds as car is turned off. ( AC has been a constant issue also three condensers in one full year)
#4: when turning LEFT, a Roar sounds like tire rubbing..the Tires are Not the problem tho.
#5; turn key, makes a click click click sound ( bran new battery)
So guess I'm not going anywhere at the moment.
So, leak, leak, Grunt, Roar!'
Is my beautiful Pearl White Jeep slowly dying?? Miles;159,500
She's still pretty nice clean looking Jeep!
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Jeep
Expert:  Ron replied 1 year ago.

Hello, my name is ***** ***** I am a professional here at Just Answer. I have noticed that your question was not getting a response and thought I would see if you still need help with this.I apologize for the delay and I hope I can still assist you with this here.

If you are having to add coolant everyday then its likely leaking and or could have a seeping head gasket which will not always cause an overheat condition. The place to start is to perform a cooling system pressure test to see if the system will hold pressure. In most cases if you have a leak either external or internal it will not hold pressure. Start here first and post back with the results and we can work from there. Due JAs policy we are only allowed to address one topic per question . All other topics must be addressed in separate questions.