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I Have a 1990 jeep Cherokee 4.0 h.o. That was having some issues with a leaky radiator, yesterday I bout some liquid glass and followed the instructions, I first drained the radiator then refilled it and filled it with the entire bottle of liquid glass as instructed and let it run for twenty mins, drained it all out again after 12 hours of sitting and refilled the radiator with water, now when I go to crank her on she won't start, it cranks and the battery and starter are solid it turns over but it will never sound like its even getting fuel and when I push the gas or pull the throttle it does nothing, what has happened? She was overheating a bit before when the radiator was leaking and all the water had drained out but it was running just fine when I put the liquid glass in it. What has gone wrong? Could the liquid glass really prevent it from starting? I even tried the starting fluid from advance and that did nothing. Any ideas?

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post #2 of 2 Old 03-20-2012, 03:13 PM
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Hmmm . . . sorry, I can't help, but to get a better response on this issue, you should post questions like this in the Cherokee Technical Forum, instead of this Non-Tech forum here.

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Originally Posted by hubs97xj View Post
So, did you punch yourself in the face with a wrench hard enough to nearly knock yourself out? That's the best.
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