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Jeep over heats when running a/c i changed the thermastat it still does it only when running a/c

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Hi. Issue could not be your AC. check the cooling system of your Jeep. Try putting a coolant first and observe. If same thing happens check the water pump. it might not running perfectly that causes the water not to circulate properly.

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