Weird, that this this is only showing up in Southern Ontario. My unit seems to be fine for now, but I rarely run the air as it has run topless for most of this summer. What I am hearing is belt tensioner loosens up over time and allows for slipage, could be wrong on that, but we are seeing a problem in this region on some models.4x4x12 said:This is my first post, hi guys!
I just went on the jeep jamboree in Bobcaygeon and it was great. I had over heating problems and we had to suspersoak the rad. The heat was on full blast but that wasn't enough. It was as if someone had poured mud inside the whole engine bay! There were also a couple TJs and many other Rubicons that had the same overheating problem as well.
You got it. Went through some soup/pudding like mud and it clogged the rad. After a little bit of driving the temp started increasing. All I know is that there were several Rubis overheating this past weekend.CCraig said:I'm sorry, I don't understand.
Did you drive through mud? The light pudding kind that filled your radiator so no air would pass through at the same time coating the engine bay?
After that, the Jeep overheats????
I'm sorry, I still haven't heard of any problems with '03 Wranglers overheating.