I would think so.
it should, 93 - 98 are the same
Any door from a 93-98 Grand Cherokee should fit
KEEP FLICKing it and pushing it and it will eventually come open :P:O:(:):B :L
The engine computer also handles the transmission control on this year Grand Cherokee. It is on the firewall on the passenger side. It's fuses will be in the under hood fuse box.The engine computer also handles the transmission control on this year Grand Cherokee. It is on the firewall on the passenger side. It's fuses will be in the under hood fuse box.
Originally it was green.
It should, the body on the Jeep ZJ 93 - 98 are the same.
No, the Grand Cherokee uses a timing chain which will most likely never need replaced, they are extremely durable.
If the grand cherokee is a 93-98 yes... otherwise, no you cannot. 99+ Grand cherokee "rims" or wheels are a 5x5 (5x127 mm) bolt pattern while the cherokee has 5x4.5 you need not consider the size...15" 16" 17" will generally fit on a grand cherokee. It's the bolt pattern you need to pay attention to.
With a scan tool.
The lights on your 98 Grand Cherokee are designed to turn off when you start the vehicle. This is how they are made. Once the doors and closed and the ignition is turned on, they turn off.
98 cherokee did not come with a cabin filter, may have to fabricate one out a 99 one. talk to your jeep dealer for 99 cherokee cabin filter kit.
With the dealers scan tool.
I have a 98 Grand Cherokee 5.9 limited that does the same thing.
The cam sensor should be located underneathe your distributor cap. That is the placement on my 98 Grand Cherokee and it should be located there as well on yours.
If it is a grand Cherokee I believe it is located on the side of the dash on the pass. side of the vehicle. Open the pass side door and it should be right there....I think.
Yes it will the only thing that changed from 94 to 98 was the placement of the foglights, placement of some badging and the interior was revised. All the suspension and drivetrain parts are interchangeable.