Well I have heard two options, the Dealer and another person on this forum say to remove the transmission to get to the main. The shop manual I have along with one other mechanic, and an offroad company that deals, exclusively with Jeeps states the rear main seal is a two part seal, only requiring the oil pan to be pulled. That however is not the easiest job either. But the advantage is it allows you also to replace the oil pan gasket, rear main and the Front cam seal. All of which are probably the same age and would makes sense to replace while the thing is apart, considering the seals and gaskets themselves are cheap. I believe one reason the dealer wont go this route is so they can have you back in a short time later for the front seal or the pan gasket. I don't know that there is a big difference in labor cost. But to me if you are going to spend that much in labor, get as many parts replaced at one time to prevent having to do it again. the estimates I have, are the job is quoted at 8 to 10 labor hours. So shopping around for a shop with the cheapest hourly labor rate can literally save hundreds. My dealer wanted 85 per hour while a shop accross town only wants 40 per hour that's a 450 dollar savings right there. Also note pulling the oil pan though possible in your driveway, but is easier with a lift
The oil pan must be removed along with the rear main bearing cap. The rear main seal is loacated under the rear main bearing cap.
It will cost you approximately $300 to replace the rear main seal on a Jeep Cherokee. The amount will vary slightly depending upon who does the work for you.
The brake light fuse on a 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee can be found by looking at the cover to the main fuse box. It identifies each fuse and its location.
That's not what is leaking, & you'd have to pull motor to do it. These leak from the oil filter arm or the rear main seal.
I would imagine you have to pull the tranny and transfer case, Also that part of the exhaust just to access it.
The fuse for the fuel pump on a Jeep Grand Cherokee CRD is located in the engine compartment in the main fuse box. It prevents the pump from being overloaded and damaged due to a surge.
The fuel pump relay on a 1992 Jeep Cherokee Laredo is located under the hood. The fuel pump is located under the vehicle and is attached to the main harness.
Their are 2 main bolts that hold on a thermostat housing for an 1987 jeep cheorkee pioneer!!
The address of the Cherokee Main Street Program is: 121 East Main Street, Cherokee, OK 73728-0039
I have a 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee that had the same problem. I found out it was a rod that went from the front right wheel to the main body, it's called a STEERING DAMPENER. After I replaced it she drives like a dream now.
They are 43 Ft. lbs
spun main bairing
mains 80 ft lbs rods 33 ft lbs main support brace 35 ft lbs
you need to replace the vacuum.
There isn't a separate computer for just the odometer. Attached to the firewall behind the coolant bottle is the main computer. There are 3 cables that plug into the front of the computer and the odometer is in there. When you buy a new or refurbished computer for your jeep you need the vin number and the odometer reading so the computer can be programmed for your jeep. Meaning the odometer reading is in the main computer
Very carefully .
"Main fuse"? Fuses are located in the under hood fuse box."Main fuse"? Fuses are located in the under hood fuse box.
Transmission, yes Motor no, but it would be easier if it was out.
it is located under the hood in the main fuse box on the left hand side by the battery small black rectangular box
On the 2000 there are two filters. The main one is inside the tank and the second is an in line located on the rear passenger side near fender well.
Either near the hinge of the passenger door or under the hood in the main relay box near the battery.
No, but you do have to have the oil pan off, and sometimes it is easier to get the oil pan off if the trans has been removed.
Sounds like a problem with the master (drivers) switch.
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