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You don't need it to idle 30 min but 5 to prove Raptors (and mine since I claimed it first) statement
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You don't need it to idle 30 min but 5 to prove Raptors (and mine since I claimed it first) statement
You do when it's less than 45* out......& why is it that you make a correct statement!

And I have to argue your point for you? WTF!!
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Old 03-20-2013, 05:58 PM
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You do when it's less than 45* out......& why is it that you make a correct statement!

And I have to argue your point for you? WTF!!
Did you see the pictures I posted in the PDF ? (well not for a Jeep but a Subaru). The sorcery worked at a balmy 37 Fahrenheit.
We are fighting a common enemy here :-))))
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In before the lock.......





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Did you see the pictures I posted in the PDF ? (well not for a Jeep but a Subaru). The sorcery worked at a balmy 37 Fahrenheit.
We are fighting a common enemy here :-))))
There is no enemy... just ignorance & misinformation as to how a WK2 cooling system is designed to work.

You do know that many other vehicles may operate the same way, but that doesn't have any bearing at all on what a 2011+ WK2 will or will not do cooling system wise. Just because a Subaru does something doesn't mean it's also true for a Jeep. Thats why I posted my real world experiences in a Jeep!
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Well I don't have the Jeep yet, but I was pretty sure it worked the same way :-)) My HID-lit crystal ball worked fine yet again.
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Thank you for contacting the Chrysler Customer Assistance Center. <O></O>
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According to our records the heavy duty cooling system in the 2014 Grand Cherokee includes a bigger radiator, different engine wiring harness, and different cooling module compared to standard equipment.<O></O>
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Thanks again for your email. <O></O>
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Thanks for sharing. Funny Jeep didn't mention the increased capacity fan
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Thanks Bill. The more info the better!
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If you need a precise answer, the parts book and on line parts outlets are often a good source of information. There you find that the 2011 HD radiator has a different part number than a 2011 standard radiator.. for one. They are interchangeable, but one has a bit more size/weight/cooling capacity/$$$. Instead of whining here, just get off your butts and look up the parts you think may be different and determine if there is a HD cooling application part number... have fun, its actually pretty easy to do
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Dear Bill :<O></O>
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According to our records the heavy duty cooling system in the 2014 Grand Cherokee includes a bigger radiator, different engine wiring harness, and different cooling module compared to standard equipment.<O></O>
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Thanks again for your email. <O></O>
<O></O>

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