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I have a 1991 jeep cherokee sport with a 4.0 high output engine i put a new radarator new head gasket new head new water pump and new cluch fan also new therostate i can,t get the therostat housing to seal i put a new gasket and form-a-gasket what now

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Try aviation gasket maker / messy but stops leaks .make sure you have all surfaces clean no debris stuck on them and the right thermostat that fits and the proper gaskets or o ring and a little avaition gasket glue should cure the problem . leaks require patience :) gl

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Hi there Ramarob

Here's a step by step to remove and replace the water pump on your Cherokee.

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7. Remove accessory brackets from the water pump.
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10. Scrape off the old gasket material.
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12. Put a couple bolts through the pump to hold the gasket in place and mount the gasket.
13. Apply Another coat to the other side of the gasket.
14. Attach the pump to the engine. Screw the bolts in finger tight.
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16. Tighten them up in 1/4 turn increments.
17. Re-attach all the stuff you removed
18. Refill the coolant, adjust belt tension.
19. Run the engine and check for leaks.

Hope this is very helpful

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