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  1. Have a 1989 4.0 has 265 thousand miles. I have replaced everything I can think in the cooling system and still have an overheat issue. When running the temp gauge will cycle down in tempture one to three times then stop cooling. Temperate on gauge reads around 220 when water starts boiling out of reservoir. Have done several coolant system flushes with a few bottles of coolant system cleaner I got from orielys. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  2. My Comanche is a 1986 with a 2.5L. My vacuum reservoir is broken; it has a couple of large holes in it. I can not find a replacement to it, the mopar part number i found is: J3232991. But I cannot find it anywhere. The new replacement reservoir's I have found only fit 1991 and up models. Can someone tell me if these will also work on mine? They seem to have only one connection to them while my factory reservoir has two lines running to it but has two connections on each side of the reservoir. And of course by air in the vehicle is only blowing through my defrost vents and I am sure the broken reservoir is the cause.
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