It's fairly simple. There should be one air line plugged into the valve cover that just pulls out, then you remove the bolts holding the valve cover on. Scrap off the old gasket being sure not to get a bunch of little pieces into the valves or valve springs, put the new gasket and the valve cover back on. The bolts should be tightened in a pattern similar to a tire but be sure you do not tighten them much. Just snug the bolts up evenly. Re-insert the air line and your good to go.
I assume you mean the valve cover gasket. You replace it by removing the valve cover and cleaning off the oil gasket and the mounting surface. The install the new gasket and reinstall the valve cover. Tighten it to the specifications the manufacture of your engine recommends.
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The oil dipstick has a small gasket at the bottom of the dipstick. Replace the gasket with a new one and the oil should stop leaking.
Only when it is leaking.
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.
just paid 500
You do not fix it you just replace it.
you take out the alternator, and put a new one in.
With most winch kits, yes.
The 2001 Mitsubishi Montero Sport 3.0 liter engine valve cover torque specification is 40 pounds. You do not want to over torque the valve cover bolts, as you may ruin the valve cover gasket.
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Remove thermostat housing, remove old thermostat, clean surfaces, install new gasket and thermostat.
Possibly a leaky valve cover gasket allowing oil to seep out and down on to exhaust manifold.
The factory uses springs clips to hold it up against the headliner.
no. the jeep cherokee and the jeep cherokee sport have the same ingane and the same brakes they are essentially identical.
Mine needed to be replaced after 10 years $$$$$
My '96 Cherokee Sport does, so I bet a '98 does.
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.
That's not what is leaking, & you'd have to pull motor to do it. These leak from the oil filter arm or the rear main seal.
The grand Cherokee is a body style, sport is a trim package that is used on all jeep models(wrangler, Cherokee, grand Cherokee, patriot, ...)
no, the Cherokee and grand Cherokee are different vehicles