I just changed a serpentine belt on my '97 Cherokee 4.0 you need to loosen the 2 top mount bolts (I think they're 13mm) on the power steering pump and loosen the 15mm bolt in the middle of the idler pulley. Then loosen the tensioning bolt on the lower side of the Power Steering pump Lower (left hand side facing pump from the front) follow the diagram to route the new belt( should be on a decal under the hood) replace belt then tighten using the tensioning bolt on lower side of the power steering pump to get 1/4" to 1/2" of deflection between puleys (when you press down on the belt) then tighten the bolts on top of the power steering pump And don't forget to tighten the idler puley bolt in the center of the puley. Run engine for 3 to 5 minutes to seat the belt. then recheck the belt tension. Caution! be sure to route new belt propperly or you could run the water pump backwards NOT GOOD
The Jeep Grand Cherokee did not exist until 1993.
no, the body style on the Cherokee changed in 1997
The engine computer is the voltage regulator in a 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee.
what Cain of oil pump those my jeep Cherokee 1997 4.0 have? what Cain of oil pump those my jeep Cherokee 1997 4.0 have?
i need to disable jeep factory alarm 1997 cherokee
Yes. Both use the same lug pattern. They will interchange.
A 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee does not have EGR.
The serpentine belt goes around all of your pullies in the front of your motor, behind the radiator.
A 1997 Jeep uses green coolant.
its self adjusting
It will bolt up, but it will not shift. 1997 is electric, 1994 is hydraulic
The correct factory tire size for a 1997 Jeep Cherokee is 225/75-15.
1985-1996 Jeep Cherokee XJ should interchange 1997-2001 Jeep Cherokee XJ should interchange
Jeep Cherokee XJ 1984-1996 should interchange Jeep Cherokee XJ 1997-2001 should interchange
No, few too many differences.
if you mean 'fender', then no. the Cherokee body style changed in 1997
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