The wiring harness that goes from the dashboard to the driver side door is the culprit most of the time. If you pull the rubber boot back, you will most likely find one or more of the wires in the harness has failed (broken or gotten cut).AnswerThe child security lock got hit. Its on the back side of the door near the locking mechenism where if it is closed you cant get to it just flip it back. AnswerReplace the window switch(es). AnswerI'd check the window fuse in the fuse box, the wire connection itself for physical obstructions (ice, dirt or other debris) and finally the window motor. AnswerJust did my right rear on a 99 JGC. It needed lubrication.
The window was stuck so that the motor could not turn. I suspect a weak motor so as not to cut peoples apendages off, but after a few years the track becomes dry and not condusive to passage of the window.
To cure I removed the mechanism inside the door (7 screws), and lubed using white lithium and silicon to grease the track , track arm to hold the window and the pulley mechanism which uses a wire and pully to move the window.
Once it was well lubed I placed it back in and she ran like greased lightning !
Its usually the window switch i just had that same problem on my 1996 Jeep i replaced the switch and it worked fine.
1994, 1994, 1995 should be the same.
I have a 1991 Jeep Cherokee Laredo, in the manual it tell you to use 10W30, and that's what I have been using, hope this helps.
Yes they should interchange without a problem.
On my 1992 Jeep Cherokee Laredo it is on the front right of the engine. There should be a picture of an oil can on the cap with the words fill oil here or something along that line on it.
5w30 or 10w30 (do not use synthtic)
there should be a fuse box under the hood
No, it should have a 4 speed transmission.
i put 5w30 but depends on vehicles where and tear
The stock tire size should be 225/75/15
It doesnt have carburetor it have injectors u should check the fuel filter
Should last over 200,000 miles with normal maintenance.
= How do you reset the computer on a Jeep Cherokee Laredo? = Matt all you need to do is unhook to negative post of the batery for a minute, reconnect the battery and computer should be reset. any recurring trouble codes proably still need to be adressed
the tire size that was used by mfg should be on the sticker on the drivers door
5w30 or 10w30
It does have a computer, no programming should be necessary.
No, different trans's EDit: Depends on what the engine is... if Both Jeeps have a L6 4.0 then yes the Transmission should fit.. if the Grand Cherokee has a V6,V8.. then no..
buy a new car or take it to the garage!!
The oil should be level with the plug in the center of the rear cover.
Should be at least 10 at idle. 25 at idle would be better.
That vehicle with the V-6 or the V-8 doesn't have a timing belt.
It should fit but, the crank position sensor produces a signal by referring to the flex plate. In 1991 Jeep went to a Chrysler fuel injection system and the windows that the crank sensor reads are different. So in other words it should bolt up but then it will not start.
The "acceptable" mileage for a 1990 Jeep Cherokee Laredo should range from 192,000 miles to 280,000 miles. This calculation takes into consideration a 1990 Laredo bought in the year it was available for sale, such as 1989 all the way to 1990 and multiplying the length of time until today (2007) by either 12,000 miles or 15,000 miles in a year, which is still considered acceptable.
depending on the manufacture date it should be located on the passenger side front fender in the main fuse box
The firing order should be 1-5-3-6-2-4.