Check the rear drums, make sure nothing is broken in there, I was having the same problem and that's what it was...
whee is the coolant sensor location in a 1999 Cherokee classic] i believe its located somewhere on the exhaust
Exhaust squeal is due to old or worn exhaust tubes
On a 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee bank two is the passenger side. Sensor two is screwed into the exhaust pipe behind the catalytic converter.
I would suspect the spark plug wires are installed incorrectly on the passenger side.
Well for me it is normal.
One is in the exhaust manifold on the passenger side, the other is in the exhaust after the dowpipe.
exhaust needs to exit the body of the vehicle so it doesn't enter the passenger compartment
The exhaust gets into the passenger compartment usually by a hole in the body of the vehicle. Another possibility is if there is an exhaust leak at or around the engine compartment,if this is so the ventilation for the passenger compartment can pull in the exhaust. Also you should check that the end of the tail pipe should stick out a little past the bumper.
i think its bad catalytic
In the exhaust pipe, near the engine.
on the passenger side of the engine below the exhaust manifold on both 6 and 4 cylinder models on the passenger side of the engine below the exhaust manifold
on the passenger side exhaust pipe. Just under the passenger door location.
No it will not fit.
It might be an exhaust leak
Normally the exhaust
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Because of your cool exhaust system
on passenger side under the plugs and exhaust manifold
Passenger side exhaust
It sounds like you either have a leak at the exhaust manifold or the intake manifold. Most likely is the exhaust.
Passenger side exhaust pipe directly after the exhaust manifold.
Port and polish is grinding to improve the flow of the cylinder heads. After grinding and polishing the intake and exhaust ports , a cylinders air flow capacity is checked with a flow bench. Further grinding is done to match all ports to the same flow rate.
Yes most definitely. If you're not sure what you're looking for, have a mechanic check it out.....