Regular unleaded will work for any stock Jeep. I assume you are running a 4.0L (6-cylinder)? There is no gain to be had for burning the expensive fuel unless you modify your throttle body or install serious performance-enhancements to your Jeep. Consider a fuel additive every 5,000 miles or so to keep your injectors clean if you really want to keep your fuel system at its peak.
Probably not, the fuel system is way different, as well as the ECM programming.
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In the fuel tank
have your fuel system purged and cleaned. You can have this done at most shops for around $90
It is in the fuel tank.
All Camrys with fuel injection:The fuel pump is electronic and is located in the fuel tank....................
Yes, but you wouldn't want to do that, 90 is renix, and it has the older style radiator with the reservoir to fill it, where as your 98 has a filler cap, which eliminates air bubbles that occur from the reservoir.
Avgas 90 was the fuel for a Liberator.
depending on year if 90's or 2000 + it will be in fuel tank
Fuel made with 10% Ethanol and 90% gasoline (or petrol)
I have a 93 rodeo 3.2 v6 (4x4) and it is rated at 125 psi (NAPA) but the engine only needs 90 psi
the 4.0 six in a 90 jeep Cherokee is not a v6 it is an inline 6. the firing order is 153624
i had the same problem just replace the fuel pressure regulator, its about 90 bucks, at autozone oh by the way, u have to drop the fuel tank is located at pump good luck
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in the fuel tank, its like $90 at carquest
Should be behind the gas tank. Make sure you relieve the fuel pressure before you disconnect it. You can relieve the fuel pressure by removing the fuse for the fuel pump (f/p)and turning the car over.
i would say £70/£90
I have a 1994 Grand Cherokee with a 1990 Cherokee 4.0 engine in it.. So i wuld have to say yes to your question.. ( i did not know it was from a 90 Cherokee until i had to buy some parts for oil change and none of the filters for a 94 would work.. :-)
Gas Oil or Gazoil is what is called in the UK Diesel - the fuel oil used in the Compression Diesel engine as used by 90% of all Trucks Wagons Semis etc !! It is very similar to fuel oil used for heating ! But more refined !
The service used a standard civilian (contracted) Chevy Blazer during the 90's.
CPS is located on bell housing drivers side. Hard to get to! Common problem for 90's Cherokee not to start.
It depends on the size of the vessel and the kind of propulsion used... so I can't really give an answer. On a side note 90-95% of a spacecraft's fuel is used to break earth's gravity, once in space it takes very little fuel to move a large distance.