well i have yet in 20 years to see a cracked engine block with the Jeep name on it more than likely is is just a freeze plug and if this is a 4.0 engine if it is not one of the 2 that is between the engine and trans is should be pretty painless to change if you find that it is a freeze plug what you can do is sipmpl locate where the plug is (looks like a backwards cap in the block about the size of a silver dollar) take a hammer and a screwdriver and drive your screwdriver through the middle of the freeze plug and pry it out of the engine. once it is out take the old one with you to your auto parts store and get a replace ment plug if you don't have much engine knowledge do this; at your auto parts store tell them that you want a universal freeze plug and they will give you what will look like 2 round rubber disks with a bolt through the center and they are so super easy to install simply loosen the nut almost all the way hold the rubber disk closest to the nut with 2 fingers and the nut with your thumb push the back rubbur disk into the freeze plug hole and tighten up the nut until you get a good seal and run your mighty jeep for another 200,000 miles good luck and hope that this solves your problemCracked Jeep heads DO happenI've heard of cracked 4 cyl, 2.8L, and 4.0L Jeep engines, but I've never seen a cracked head or block that sprayed water. If it's not freeze plugs, then check to see if you have any bad hoses (if they're squishy, they're bad.)
I have been rebuilding Grand Cherokees for years and it is very common for the 4.0 to crack the block from freezing between the head and oilpan on the side its easy to see just grab a flashlight.
Your filter has mildew. Try spraying Lysol into the fresh air vent (at the bottom of your windshield) and see if that does the trick. If not, then you'll have to tear into the ducting.
the gas that comes from there bottom, which is very smelly Spraying with an offensive odour.
no, there is no way
it does, don't it? like somewhere at the bottom of the page and stuff. it does, don't it? like somewhere at the bottom of the page and stuff.
If you can not see it on the bottom of the rad or on the side members at the bottom of the rad the it dose not have one.
the bottom of the engine
It is on the bottom of the reservoir.
ON the 99 Cherokee Sport, There are 3 screws at the bottom to remove. Once removed, slide the bottom out to get past the stop tabs.
It is on the bottom of the engine.
There is not a drain cock on an 02 Jeep Cherokee, they Cherokee was not made that year. Now if you have a 02 Jeep Grand Cherokee its on the bottom passanger side tank. good luck.
On the bottom of the Radiator.
on the bottom of the oil pan
On the bottom.
It is located on the bottom of the fluid reservoir.
It is on the bottom of the washer bottle.
at the bottom backside of the oilpan.
Look on bottom or rear of radiator
your drain on your radiator is on the bottom right hand side
Look at the bottom or rear of radiator Look at the bottom or rear of radiator
Bottom of the engine, next to the oil pan.
Should be a plug either at the bottom or rear of radiator
it will be bolted where the transmission connects to the engine at the back of the engine, at the bottom.
it is generally on the bottom of the washer fluid reservoir
The washer pump is on the bottom of the washer reservoir.