No. The V6 in a 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee was a 3.7L.
average current is between 40 and 70 thousand. average life expectantcy is around 175,000
40 psi plus or minus 5
40 psi plus or minus 540 psi plus or minus 5
That code is a manufactureres code. You can type jeep diagnostic code p1494 into bing or google and get it to come up for you.
.35 to .40
My two top picks would be 1: flowmaster 44's or 40's 2: glasspack
50 50 coolant is what i use- would suggest no more han a 60 40 mix.
The engine computer is the voltage regulator.
Around 60-70 lbs cold, 35-40 lbs at normal operating temperture, and 15-30 lbs warm at idle.
Check the tires for an out of balance issue. Check the u joints in the rear shaft.
Minimum spec at a warm idle is about 12psi. Normal is about 30 at idle. Should go 40-60 at 3000 rpm.
No. A 2011 Hemi requires 5W20 for the multi displacement system to function properly.
This is not advised. Use 10w30.
The exact cost to repair a blown head gasket on a Jeep Cherokee varies. It should run between 20 and 40 dollars.
Depends on your skills as a mechanic, your tools, and the problem. Some of them you have to Chad in all honesty NO. well you can if you want to pay an extra 40% any private shop can work on a jeep Cherokee
A full operating temperature it will be around 40 psi.
40 psi is about right Check the sticker in the drivers door jamb.
The Jeep Cherokee 4.0 liter engine cylinder had torque specifications are 120 pounds per square inch. The cylinder head bolts should be torqued at 40 pound intervals.
Engine Coolant is probably coming out of a small hole on the bottom of your water pump. This usually means your seals are gone in the pump and that the pump should be replaced. This happened to my '93 Jeep Grand Cherokee on I-40 near Knoxville about 3 years ago. NEW ADDITION: I am having the same problem with my 94 grand Cherokee today, we replaced the water pump and the problem still persists, there may be a hole in the radiator like mine.. just replace the radiator.. that's what im doing
it might be gauge failure. jeep's were bad about gauge's going bad
Castroil 10w 40..They also make a high millage oil, is great if you have over 1000,000 miles.
Around 30-40 psi when at full operating temperature. Can even be somewhat lower on a high mileage engine.