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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..
Yes you can
When I start up my 1988 cherokee laredo the idle is so high and loud it make me get very angry?
No, but if you change the bracket that the tranny bolts to it will its going to cost about 1500 for everything you got to change the flywheel and possible the motor mounts because the tranny is bigger from 94 than 88 but if you got money go for best bet is to go to summit and buy a aftermarket tranny for about 950 ok i hope i helped
under the glove box next to firewall
The transmission oil line from a 1991 model of a Jeep Cherokee will fit a 1988 model of a Jeep Cherokee because the transmission oil line fits all Cherokee models that were made between 1987 and 1996.
The 1988 Jeep Cherokee fuel pump relay switch is located on the firewall in the engine compartment. The switch will be on the drivers side of the firewall.
An AW4 transmission from a 1991 Jeep Cherokee will not fit into a 1988 Jeep Cherokee. The transmissions in the varying years do not appear to be compatible with one another.
Diagnose it with what? Cancer?
The mounting bolts that attach the compressor to the engine.
How do I get to the flywheel bolts on a 98 dodge dakota to remove a transmission
the fuel rail is held on by four bolts and i believe they are 9/16 on mine. the rail should just come up with a little force and the fuel injectors come out of the rail. at least that how my 88 is.
if the bolts line up but u'll have to replace flywheel or the torque converter, check spacing of bolts
Your Jeep probably has the 242 select trac transfer case. If it's a full time 4x4, it will have a 249.
the transfer case is bolted directly to the back of the trans, so no, not in the traditional sense.
You have to put your hand on the gear lever and move it into second gear at the same time depress the clutch pedal under your left foor, then lift your left foot of the clutch and depress your right foor on the gas pedal. That should do the trick! If it is an automatic transmission, ask your local mechanic
A 1988 Jeep Cherokee has one oxygen sensor.
On 1988 Dakotas only 4 cylinder engines had crank position sensors. It should be mounted on the driver's side of the transmission bellhousing about midway up right where it bolts to the engine. It should be held on with two small bolts. Follow the exhaust downpipe and the wire to it.
Body lifts are delicate things. I would suggest you invest the money in buying one vs making one. Both Skyjacker and Daystar are a good way to go if your short on funds.
2 bolts hold it on
It is inside of the driver's side frame rail, close to where the transmission cross member bolts to the frame. You will have to slide up under the truck to see it.
Driver side of firewall.
Right side of car...follow transmission...held in by 3 bolts I believe. Remove battery negative cable. Get under passenger side of ca, look between the engine mount and the exhaust manifold. You'll see the starter bolted by 3 15mm bolts to the transmission.