The Jeep Grand Cherokee did not come out until 1993. It used a
5281090 Mopar filter.
Top driver side of the bell housing.
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..
No, the 1988 uses a AW4 trans. The 1996 Grand uses a 42re trans.
module located where is the module on a 9 Chevy blazer
If the pioneer is like my 1988 Jeep Cherokee limited, the fuse box is hidden from view above the break pedal and to the left. You have to open the driver's door and kneel on the pavement to see it.
I don't know how similar a 1988 and 1995 Cherokees are, but I've posted instructions on replacing the radio on a 1995 at www.timsjeepblog.com.
1988 GTA fuel filter is on the driver side near back tire towards the driveshaft, a 5/8 and a13/16 are needed for the filter ends and a10 mm for the housing......
drivers side front engine compartment, looks like a rectangle box with clips.....Mike
use a bit of carb cleaner, also check sparkplug and air filter condition
A 1988 Jeep Cherokee has one oxygen sensor.
Have your fuel filter checked first. If that doesn't solve your problem, then have your catalytic convertor checked.
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.
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.
on the 1988 Vovlo 240, the fuel filter is loca
I just experienced this SAME problem with my '88 and changed the Fuel Pump and Filter...and guess what, all fixed and running like a dream!