96 grand Cherokee doesnt have a fan belt, its a serpentine belt. And if you look down to the right of the fan there is a pully which acts as the tensioner, youll use a socket to loosen it up and then youll be able to slide the old belt off. Keep the box from the new belt so you can see how the new belt loops around each pulley. Be sure to tighten the belt pretty tight so it has minimal play or youll get some sqeaking whenever you run your AC.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee did not exist until 1993.
The 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee does not have a timing belt. It has a chain. No scheduled replacement is necessary.
The 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee tension belt diagram can be obtained from most Jeep dealerships. Most auto-parts stores will supply the belt diagram when you purchase the belt.
No, it has a chain.
A 1997 Jeep V8 has a timing chain, not a belt.
paste this link and it will give you instructions to how to replace belt... http://www.wjjeeps.com/serpentine.htm How do I replace a serpentine belt on a 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee? Give detailed directions on the belt remove and installation of a new belt.
Install a new one. It's squeeling most likely because it is getting stretched.
it has a manual tensioner
a timing chain
It doesnt have a cam belt its a chain
Check out 2carpro's.com, they have some great diagrams of belt routing.
No, the Grand Cherokee uses a timing chain which will most likely never need replaced, they are extremely durable.
sounds like a loose belt, glaze belt
This vehicle has a timing chain.
yes. look at ur manual.