first you remove the thermostat housing, remove the 4 bolts holding the pully in place, two brackett bolts and 4 bolts holding water pump in place, this pump is on the front of the motor, remove all hoses also, scrape away all the residue from the front of motor, have a beer and relax for a second, you know by now your wife is bugging you about the fact you slept with her sister, but tell her, "woman, I ain't got time for this right now, get back in the trailor and I will make you some tuna casarole later." that should get her off your back, carefully put liquid sealer, available when you purchase the new pump, on back of pump to seal water, re-attach the in reverse order of how you removed the pump. Refill radiator with anti freeze, now go tell that girl you need a fresh beer and the remote control, because the man just fixed her Jeep.
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No. Too many differences between those years.
Not one penny. The 1996 Jeep Cherokee does not have a timing belt. It has a timing chain.
my jeep Cherokee 1998 4.0 is a straight 6
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The Haynes Jeep Cherokee 1984 - 1996 book has 7 different diagrams which show how to do that repair.
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Yes it will.
Have the alternator checked. It happened to me, and I had to replace it.
The thermostat on a 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee 5.2L is replaced by draining the coolant and disconnecting the radiator hose. The housing is then unbolted, the thermostat removed, and a new unit put in its place.
yes it should
No. They are not interchangeable.
The water pump circulates the coolant to cool the engine.
The factory thermostat is 192 degrees.
The thermostat on a 1996 Jeep Cherokee is under the housing where the upper radiator hose attaches to the engine.
Not if you can get far enough under to access.