on the 4L inline 6 engine it is right above the oil filter on the bell-housing
Yes 1998 sport 4L auto has them.
There is no knock sensor on a 94 4L jeep engine. In 1991 when they changed to the 4L HO motor, they removed the knock sensor from the system.
in my 2001 4L jeep grand Cherokee the automatic shut down relay is located in the power distribution panel that is mounted between the fender and the battery. if it is labeled like mine it should be number 38 marked asd.
it could be the coil pick up in your distributor
It's located in the housing directly in the front center of the engine toward the top. Should have two hoses and a sensor coming out of the housing.
6 quarts 10w30
6 quarts 10w30
it's a 4L engine then it's 6 quarters.
If all the bolts are out, lightly tap the corners of the cover with a rubber mallet. This should break the seal and the cover will come off.
For the 4L engine its 6 quarts of 10w30.
.35, When you buy them from the auto parts store they should be pre-gapped. Unfortunatley I found them to be pre-gapped as well but at 50 thousandths. So, you must gap them at .035 inch. (you must)
Do you have a 4L 6 cyl.? if so, there is NO automatic choke. It is controled by computer and sensors.
4L is 4000mL
1L is equal to 1000mL Therefore, 4L has more volume since 4L = 4000mL
The firing order should be 1-5-3-6-2-4.
The most likely cause is a faulty connection at the back of the instrument panel. Remove the panel assembly and clean the wiring connector contacts.
61 mph I've been over 100mph in mine. 4L Auto 1995
4L is 1.057 US gallons.
it is behind the passanger headlight assembly under the black plastic subframe.
That is something that needs to be shown, not answered. I would suggest finding your local Autozone and picking up a Haynes manual for the vehicle. The hardest part of it in my opinion is A. Breaking the bolts loose, and B. Getting the darn thing out without taking anything else out besides the battery box (Which is a must).
Sounds electrical, they are well known for crankshaft position sensors failing. Check your coil also as they crack