They do seem to bind up over time! At the latch handle, under the dash on the driver's side, see if it can be moved far enough to get tools in. Hesitate to suggest vise-grips, because you may well break the plastic handle. The right-angle end of a small pry-bar is about right, if it is notched deeply enough.
After you get it open, you might see if you can spray lubricant into the cable, as well as lubricate the moving parts of the latch, underhood.
I need to know asap how to remove a trasmission oil pan on a 1991 jeep Cherokee Laredo? Thank you!
I have a 1991 Jeep Cherokee Laredo, in the manual it tell you to use 10W30, and that's what I have been using, hope this helps.
The value of a 1991 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo will depend on the condition of the vehicle. The vehicle in average condition with 100,000 miles is worth an estimated $914.00 dollars.
The diagram for replacing a serpentine belt for the 1991 Jeep Cherokee Laredo is located on the front of the vehicle inside the engine compartment. You can also find this diagram in the Chilton's manual for this vehicle.
Unplug or replace maint. timer
try unscrewing the back light covers and replacing the lights
Do you have a 4L 6 cyl.? if so, there is NO automatic choke. It is controled by computer and sensors.
The AW4 transmission uses Dextron II.
Fuel Filter? Air Filter?
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considering the fact, that i recently just searched it up. the gapping is about .35hope that helps
first check the front end steering. idler arm is usually the culprit.
On a 1991 Cherokee Laredo, it's on the underside of the car towards the rear of the car on the drivers side, almost parallel with the rear wheels. It is bolted to the underside of the car using a bracket with two screws which are probably rusted solid. Good luck.
A 1991 Jeep Cherokee computer is what fits a 1991 Jeep Cherokee.
Depending on what transfer case is used, most of the time, yes they will fit.
Loosen up the power steering pump and pull on pump till belt is tight.
Chiltons Auto Manual for Jeep Cherokees has diagrams for each of the jeep fuse boxes
paste this into your browser...i could not get the link box to take.. but this should ansewr the question on the o2 sensor
try replacing the crankposition sensor my 89 did the same thing and that is what fixed it for me.
The hood is openned by a cable that links the handle in the car the hood latch. If the cable is broken or detached then the hood will not open. The cable has two parts, an outer covering and the actual cable that pulls on the hood latch when the inside handle is pulled, you need to check the inside handle to see if the cable is still attached to the handle, also you need to check the hood latch to see if that end is still attached to the hood latch. If either is disconnected the you will need to get appropriate hardware(nuts,bolts etc) to attach it back but if the cable is broken it has to be replaced complete. This you might or might not be able to do depending on you skill and proficiency with tools.
in your coolent overflow tank then squeeze the upper radiator house to pump it through the rest of the radiator and to the engine.
i have an 89 and mine did the same thing try replacing the crank position sensor.
It should fit but, the crank position sensor produces a signal by referring to the flex plate. In 1991 Jeep went to a Chrysler fuel injection system and the windows that the crank sensor reads are different. So in other words it should bolt up but then it will not start.
Cherokee - 1991 is rated/received certificates of: USA:G