Adjust the tensioner. I did the same thing thinkin it could be this that or the pulley. Adjusted that tensioner tight as can be and it went away. Another cause would be the air compressor pump itself. Sometimes it ties up and doesn't move freely and the serptine belt will squeel around it. A tell tail sign of this is a bad smell after/during running. Another way to know if this is starting is if it only squeels for a little bit and then stops. This is about a $500 job. You either have a worn belt that needs replacing or your belt tension is insufficient and needs to be tightened.
no. the jeep cherokee and the jeep cherokee sport have the same ingane and the same brakes they are essentially identical.
My '96 Cherokee Sport does, so I bet a '98 does.
Is the TCM working normally and throwing no codes?
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
The fuel pump is in the gas tank on a 1999 jeep Cherokee sport.
Yes, they are the same vehicle, the sport is just a option package.
Jeep Cherokee XJ 1984-1996 should interchange Jeep Cherokee XJ 1997-2001 should interchange
The switch is probably bad or you aren't turning the knob all the way off.
Sport, Country Classic, Limited, (and others) are the names of available option packages. You basic 1984-2001 Cherokee is pretty much the same as any other Cherokee.
No, the XJ Cherokee does not have the same heater box as a WJ Grand Cherokee.
It is one of the available trim packages.
How do i get more horsepower in my 1995 jeep cherokee sport with a straight six engine for free?
Your 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee 16 inch aluminum wheels will fit on to the 2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport. Any wheel larger than 16 inches will not yet on to the 2000 Cherokee.
Yes 1998 sport 4L auto has them.
I paid $350 at Canadian Tire to fix the A/C in my 2001 Jeep Cherokee sport.
yeah it will just make sure u install it right
The TCU on a 98 Cherokee Sport is located under the center consul. On my cherokee, I found it easier to access it from under steering column. Ther are 5 screws and you are there.
If both are the same year (yes)