My 1987 Jeep had a similar problem. the wire leading down to the crank sensor (necessary for the engine to develop spark) was damp and grounding against the firewall. Tied it slightly away from the firewall w/ a tiewrap, and never had problem again (previously the dealer had replaced the crank sensor twice without the problem correcting itself)
I'm pretty sure it is the bed size. The Laredo has a little bit longer bed and possible wheel-base.
The Laredo model is a single control system for the blend doors that direct air through the heater core. The dual control Limited model has more problems, but the same basic issue occurs on the Laredo also. The Limited tends to break sooner since with dual control it has two actuator motors, one for each side. The Laredo as a single motor with two doors and takes longer to break since it has two doors to withstand the forces of the motor. However, it will break just like the Limited and a 98 is about due for the failure. Check the diagnostic information at the web site at HeaterTreater (.net) for pictures and a cheap easy solution to the problem.
5 seconds seems about the same as my 2001Has the fuel filter been changed lately?See "Related Questions" below for more
For the 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo, you'll need a 1/2" socket wrench. The longer the wrench the better, i.e. a long breaker bar. The spring retention arm has a square hole for the 1/2" socket to be placed. Once placed, you can adjust tension for serpentine belt removal or application. Follow the belt route guide on the "little sticker" near the belt under the hood. If you don't have a 1/2" socket wrench, I'm pretty sure you can rent the necessary tool at Autozone for free (deposit returned when tool returned). This method works for many different vehicles, makes, and models.
If the '94 is anything like my '98. In order to remove the belt there is a belt tensioner underneathe the power steering pump on the drivers side. Crack the bolt loose on the pulley of the tensioner. If you look to the right of it and behind it you will see a longer bolt, you need to use that bolt to adjust your tensioner so that it lets slack on your belt.
EPA estimates 15mpg in the city and 19mpg on the highway for the 4.0L inline six cylinder. I, in fact have a 4 door, 4 wheel drive Laredo and it only seems to get 12-14mpg in the city. if its a real jeep and by that i mean lifted you no longer really have an mpg rating. its more like watching the gauge go from full to empty really fast :)
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On longer axles they are split with a carrier bearing in the middle to reduce vibration.
meat is no longer good if she is down.
you can simply pull the fuses ,note your remote door lock will no longer work
One battery is probably just as good as another, but a battery that will last longer in cold weather is the AC Delco Super Heavy Duty battery. The more cranking amps a battery has the longer it is going to last when the car doesn't want to start right away.
Hi im Mike from Mn, I also have a 2000 jeep grand Cherokee with front brakes that are partially engaged so that they heat up. I got them to release after pulling the fuse and relay for the ABS IN THE FUSE BOX under the hood. The brakes work ok now and have not stuck back on but the ABS system is no longer working. I went to the Jeep dealer and they said they had never heard of this problem before.They said if I can make it happen again they may be able to figure it out. Any info you have about this problem would be greatly appreciated Mike
They were supposed to be rounder and circle huts without windows in winter than in summer, which was longer and rectangular.
It depends on the size of the battery. |Amps is usually measured on a car battery in cca (cold cranking amps) The higher the number the more power the battery has, or stamina, the longer it will last.
yes. but if you hold your breath for longer underwater you can eventually hold your breath for longer everytime due to endurance
When a timing belt breaks on any internal combustion engine, the cam can no longer turn. The valves can no longer operate. And the engine stops. You are stuck. You will wait for the tow truck.
So they can swim longer.
It can take the rest of your life.
Creatine can be taken right before your workout and right after to keep your pump longer.
Pull the plug on the base pan. Then pull off your oil filter. Reverse steps to re-install Allow time for the amount of oil coming out of the pan to decrease to a point where it is no longer a solid stream. When pulling off the oil filter, keep it upright (common sense) until you get it over a pan. Also make sure to rub some oil on the filter gasket before screwing it on. Don't tighten it too tight. You shouldn't need any sort of wrench, as hand-tightening is tight enough and a wrench could damage the filter.
A frozen one! If you place your candles in the freezer for a few hours before lighting them, they will last much longer!
Good question. Are they the same year, wheel base, automatic, air conditioning, ect? I take it you found a set off a Comanche, and you have a Cherokee? Here is what I would do. Call the dealer and get the part number for the Comanche, then call again and get the price and part number for a Cherokee. If the same, good too go. If not? Good luck No, they will not. Comanche springs are longer than the Cherokee Springs. While all the front suspension parts are completely interchangeable and identical, the rear is completely different.
It should come out just from moving the stick to the 2wd mode but a lot of the times you have to move in reverse for 40 or 50 feet. You should simply be able to push the handle to the 2wd mode but many times it'll indicate that you're no longer in 4wd when you're really still in. You sometimes have to drive the vehicle in reverse for 40 or 50 feet. It should come out by then. You can check it by making tight turns and see how the steering feels.
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