If I remember right. You should have coil packs covering the plugs. Look for screws holding the packs on. That should help to get you started..
There will be four 1/2 inch bolts mounted on the top of the coil pack. To tell you the truth it is easier if you take off the heater hoses from the top of the coil pack since they are in the way first. When you pull off the coil pack make sure to be aware that it does have an electrical connection that will not let you pull that coil pack to far from the spark plugs. Another recommendation is to replace your coil boots since you already did all the job. I really recommend for you to use champion spark plugs
It is recommended that you change the timing belt, on your Jeep grand Cherokee, 3.1 liter diesel engine, every 60,000 miles. Not changing the timing belt may void your warranty.
On my 97 jeep grand Cherokee, with the 5.2 liter v8, its located in the distributor, under cap & rotor.
how do you change an ignitoin swith on a 1993 grand am with a 3.3 liter
looking for a picture of where a tcm is located on a 2007 grand cherokee jeep limited
It is in the distributor.
6 quarts of 5w30
6 quarts 5w30
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
5.5qts and its a 4.0 inline 6 not a v6
In 2002 they had the I6 motor still, it takes 6 qts. with the filter change.
information on how to change the themostat on a 94 Pontiac Grand am SE 2.3 liter
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.
I would imagine you have to pull the tranny and transfer case, Also that part of the exhaust just to access it.