You have to tear the dash apart to get to the evaporator.
It is on the evaporator case or right side of the firewall.
I have had one evaporator replaced in my 1996 Grand Cherokee Limited and two replaced in my 1994 Grand Cherokee limited all were done by Jeep dealer and ran about 400 dollars parts and labor and took about 4 hours to complete. R-134A refrigerant is acidic this is why evaporators don't last.
Labor times vary based on the location and experience of mechanical shops. Replacing the evaporator for a 2001 Jeep Cherokee Sport requires a tremendous amount of work such as removing the dash, draining the Freon, and pressurizing the A/C system. The average national time to replace an evaporator unit is between eight and ten work hours.
Disconnect the battery for 5 minutes.
It is not easy to disconnect, but very easy to reprogramme.
on the psgr firewall, usually behind dust or heat shield
the evaporator inside the heater box behind the dash most common
With a scan too or with a battery disconnect.
Disconnect the battery
It can not be removed and have the engine still run.
there is no button of switch you have to disconnect the negative battery terminal
No. The only disconnect is inside the transfer case.
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I think you mean the evaporator coil. It is the radiator like devise inside the dash that is part of the ac system.
Disconnect - battery cable Raise and support vehicle Disconnect wiring from starter Remove mounting bolts Drop starter
Disconnect the negative cable on the battery! , it's very easy to do.
turning key in the door lock should disengage the alarm
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The value of a 1991 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo will depend on the condition of the vehicle. The vehicle in average condition with 100,000 miles is worth an estimated $914.00 dollars.
The cap should be colored blue and most likely you will find it under the hood passenger side near the evaporator. The evaporator should be silver in color and shaped like a tall beer can with 2 metal hoses coming out of it.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee air conditioning evaporator hose diagram can be obtained from most Jeep dealerships. The diagram can also be found at most auto-parts stores.