comment about the above site: God love people who have the patience to not only do this but then also to write it down and post it. I think I would either buy a new car or move somewhere where I didnt need heat or AC. I received a quote from a reputable car AC shop locally of $1200.00 to do this and that didnt include replacement of the heater core or the evaporator, just the stupid styrofoam insulation thing inside the box that disintegrated and caused the evaporator drain to be clogged up in the first place. Shame on Chrysler for creating such a monster !!!
More Info: Since I wrote this last note the website quoted above has gone down. I really hope I can find this again since I didnt cut and paste the info and don't know how to contact the guy that wrote the piece. Taking the dash apart completely is the only way to get to it and he wrote a hugely detailed, step-by-step instructable. Grrrrrrr....
How do you change the orifice tube on 1997 grand Cherokee jeep with 5.2 v/8
the evaporator inside the heater box behind the dash most common
You have to remove the door panels
The engine computer is the voltage regulator in a 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee.
Here is a detailed write-up for the 1997 Grand Cherokee.How_do_you_change_shock_absorbers_in_a_1997_Jeep_Grand_Cherokee
A 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee does not have EGR.
It will bolt up, but it will not shift. 1997 is electric, 1994 is hydraulic
You drive slow and change gears too soon.
They could be.They could be.
A 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee has one ignition coil.
The jack is located under the rear seat on my 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee.
yes it will bolt right up
some are yes but the sensors have different connections
i need to disable jeep factory alarm 1997 cherokee
Wrangler up to 2006, Cherokee up to 2000. Grand Cherokee up to 2004.
It will change to the mileage on the new speedo.