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Old May 14th, 2018, 11:07
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You Tube video of my engine issue

Blew an upper radiator hose yesterday on the highway. Drove about .5-.75 miles to a safe spot to pull over.

Changed the hose this morning and filled the radiator (took about 1.75 gallons). Tried to start and it wouldn't. Eventually it did start, but wouldn't stay running at idle. When I finally got it started, I heard this.

The oil is not milky at all, although I think it's low. The plugs are dry. I know that the Jeep uses some oil. I've been changing it every 3000 miles and am less than 1000 miles away from the next oil change.

Wondering if low oil caused the Jeep to get hot and blow the line. Considering changing the oil and seeing if that fixes it.

Help...this is my daily driver.
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