Yes you can, The drain plug is located on the drivers side under the steering box. Remove the 2 fan shroud nuts and carefully wiggle it free from the bottom. Remove the lower radiator hose. Remove the 2 trans lines at the radiator. Remove the 3 front Grille Phillups screws. There are 2 bolts behind the Grille. The Long rubber peice that runs the width of the hood, remove it, it is only plastic push pins. There are bolts under it that need to be removed. Remove the top 4 bolts, 2 are connecting to the radiator and 2 on each end. Carefully lift the top cover plate that you just unbolted and hang it to the side, it still has the hood latch connected to it. Be sure you removed the top radiator hose. Now you can lift the radiator out, it is in a pretty tight area, but with care you can get it out. IT is not hard, just might be alittle frustrating to some. Hope you find this helpfull.
On my 97 jeep grand Cherokee, with the 5.2 liter v8, its located in the distributor, under cap & rotor.
looking for a picture of where a tcm is located on a 2007 grand cherokee jeep limited
It is in the distributor.
A 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee uses DOT 3 fluid.
There are two.
nope cant do it. no such thing as an 8.0 liter in a jeep
The crankshaft position sensor in a 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.7 liter is located left of the starter. In order to remove the crankshaft position sensor the CKP mounting bolt will have to be removed first.
Look for the radiator drain it should be on the side of the radiator facing the engine next to the fan.
5w30 or 10w305w30 or 10w30
The cam sensor is inside the distributor under the rotor.
screw it clockwise
The early 4.7 engine in the grand cherokee,dakotas,and rams have had problems with cylinders on the rear left of the engine,starting with a knocking then overheating and seizing .
The thermostat on a 2000 Pontiac Grand Am 2.4 liter 4 cylinder is located on the side of the engine. It can be found by following the upper radiator hose.
Yes, you just have to be sure that all connections are the same along with the sensors. If you need you can swap them with the ones from the old engine.
yes,if you have enough time and money