the Jeep should hold only half of water and half antifreeze. If it still leaks than you should replace the housing that holds the antifreeze and you can always get it cheaper at the salvage yards.
you might want to check the water pump. look for a leak just under the pump. either the seal or a small hole in the housing. if the leak is out of the hole then replace the pump.
that is my guess cause there needs to be more info on problem.
a 50/50 mixture of a good quality antifreeze (Prestone etc.) and water
Look just below the water pump to see if any antifreeze is visible. Water pumps will sometimes leak and drip out antifreeze. Check the engine oil to see if antifreeze is mixed with the oil, indicating a blown head gasket.
One gallon of antifreeze mixed with half water
under the rear seat
It uses green. Add it in a 50-50 antifreeze and distilled water mixture.
A 1997 Jeep uses the regular green antifreeze.
The jack is located under the rear seat on my 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee.
How much antifreeze is in a 1997 Honda crv
Mixing the new red antifreeze with the green can cause it to look rusty and will form a sludge. If someone is topping off your antifreeze recovery tank during oil changes with the wrong product could be one cause.
probably the coolant tube under the manifold. it is only available from the dealer
A couple of reasons, faulty waterpump, leaky radiator, bad hose, bad radiator cap, thermostat housing.
under the dash right hand side.
1996-2001 OBD-II XJ Cherokee, the TCM is under the dashboard, near the Drivers right kneecap.
Is it leaking from the water pump or radiator? Is the system properly pressurized?
Any standard anti freeze 50/50 mixture with water.
The engine cooling system capacity , including the reservoir is 12.8 quarts on a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer So , a 50 / 50 mix of antifreeze and preferably distilled water ( that's the way it came from the factory ) would take * ( 6.4 quarts of antifreeze ) *
It takes the green Antifreeze
no, the body style on the Cherokee changed in 1997
The amp is located under the rear driver side seat.
It is under the housing that the upper radiator hose hooks to on the engine.
According to the 1997 Ford F-150 owners manual : It came from the factory with a 50 / 50 mix of distilled water and GREEN colored antifreeze ( meeting Ford specification ESE-M97B44-A ) in the engine cooling system * Ford states to not exceed 60% antifreeze in the mix
AnswerCheck the water pump. If the water pump bearing is worn out there will be a streak of antifreeze leaking from the bottom of the input shaft.Another prime area for coolant leaks is the intake manifold gaskets. The original gaskets fail at the front corners where the intake manifold meets the heads.
IT sounds like oil is dripping on the exuast manifold check valve cover gasket. The green liquid is probably antifreeze coming from a water hose.