Where is the thermostat on a 2006 Jeep Commander? (video)
Why is my Jeep Commander overheating?
The most common reasons a Jeep Commander is overheating are a coolant leak (water pump, radiator, hose etc.), the radiator fan, or a failed thermostat. via
How much is a thermostat for a Jeep Commander?
The average cost for a Jeep Commander thermostat replacement is between $270 and $295. Labor costs are estimated between $97 and $122 while parts are priced at $173. via
How do you change a thermostat on a Jeep?
How much antifreeze does a 2007 Jeep Commander take?
Registered. for the 4.7 the capacity is stated to be 14.5 qts. via
How much does it cost to fix a jeep thermostat?
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The average cost for a Jeep Wrangler thermostat replacement is between $371 and $389. Labor costs are estimated between $68 and $86 while parts are priced at $303. via
Is it hard to change a thermostat?
Upgrading to a thermostat that automatically changes the indoor temperature setting is fairly easy, and it can trim about $180 off your annual heating and cooling costs, according to the EPA. Simple models that only control heat are sold at home centers for around $25. via
What kind of coolant does a 2006 Jeep Commander use?
The Commander uses a special HOAT antifreeze (Hybrid Organic Acid Technology) and should not be combined with Dexcool or other antifreezes, it will cause leaks and plugging of the radiator and heater core. via
What type of antifreeze does a 2006 Jeep Commander take?
Zerex 1 Gallon Yellow Concentrate Coolant/Antifreeze. via
What color coolant does Jeep Commander use?
Peak 1 Gallon Yellow Concentrate Coolant/Antifreeze. via
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Why does my Jeep overheat when I turn the AC on?
Registered. Well if it's your AC that causing you to overheat then to me that means your cooling system is marginal and the increase in heat load from the AC is overloading it. Start as instructed above and see where you are coming up short. Look hard at the fan clutch if it's at low speed and the rad if at hwy speeds. via
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