The timing belt is not a belt on a Cherokee sport. It's a chain. It's located under a housing on the crank shaft. In order to replace it you will need to remove the alternator, the water pump, the a/c compressor, the radiator and the engine fans. An experienced mechanic can get it done in about 3 to 6 hours.
Mine needed to be replaced after 10 years $$$$$
Look on bottom or rear of radiator
open your hood. take off your right side headlight bezel. remove headlight and park/turn signal light. your radiator pepcock will be in plain sight. remove your radiator cap and open your radiator pepcock to drain.
Woops. Not an answer, I was searching and accidentally posted this. Anyway, which fuse in a '96 Jeep Cherokee Sport would be for the electric fan behind the radiator. My fan is not working, and I want to check the fuse before I replace it.
Remove the oil pan and you will see the oil pump. Simply replace it.
the Laredo is a Cherokee. it's just a different trim package. there's also the briarwood, sport, wagon, etc. it's all the same. yes, the radiators are the same. so is EVERYTHING ELSE in or on the vehicle. so, you could buy the electric seats from a Laredo and put them in a sport. or you could by the rear hatch with the wiper and put it on a briarwood. as long as you have the wiring and switches you can change the trim on any Cherokee. as far as the drivetrains they are exactly the same... As long as you are not trying to put a Grand Cherokee radiator in a regular Cherokee.
look underneath near the radiator bottom. Could be mounted on the body.
It is between the radiator and the grill.
doesn't have a choke , but has an enrichener valve , remove the bolts that hold the valve ,take it out unplug & replace ,can be found near throttle body .
Remove bottom hose
in the front of the head where the top radiator hose gose in to the head
P1491 = radiator fan relay circuit
The cost to replace the oil pump on a 2001 Jeep Cherokee Sport ranges from $300 and $500. Replacing the oil pump requires the oil pan to be removed.
Try in the housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose
just paid 500
You do not fix it you just replace it.
Disconnect your battery, then remove the two nuts from the starter wire harness. Pull the wire and cable of the studs. Remove starter bolts and slide starter out of bellhosing.
The 2001 Jeep Cherokee crossbar is welded to the frame of the vehicle. You will need to use a cutting torch to remove the crossbar.
Flatblade screwdriver. Would likely be easier if you moved the power steering pump, but its possible without doing that too.
On a Cherokee the thermostat is under the housing that the upper radiator hose hooks to. On a Grand Cherokee with the 4.7L it is under the lower hose attachment housing.
You have to push in those tabs and then pull. Cursing helps a bit, I ended up choosing to cut the lines and install 3/8 i.d. fuel hose and use hose clamps. Makes it much easier in the future if you have to remove the radiator.
ON the 99 Cherokee Sport, There are 3 screws at the bottom to remove. Once removed, slide the bottom out to get past the stop tabs.
you take out the alternator, and put a new one in.