On any car or engine, you can always start at the fuel injector or carbourator and follow the line leading to it backwards till you find any part of the fuel system your looking for, including modified ones. This should only take a few minutes and has the advantage of exposing any other things (like pressure regulators, etc) also in the system that may have caused a problem. Uh...this also works from the gas tank and following it forward...or anywhere along the system you want to start! I believe Valvoline Oil Change told me they cant replace my fuel filter due to it being located in the fuel tank. On a 1993 Jeep Cherokee 4.0 it should be mounted to the body, should be located on the body around your driver's side rear tire. If you get up under there you should see it. Hope this helps.
it is located in the distributor base. look above/right of the oil filter. for a 4 liter engine
driver front on inside of fender next to airbox
The blower motor is located under the windshiel washer reservoir on the pasenger side of the vehicle next to the firewall.
4.0L, next to the oil filter. 5.2L, back of the engine, next to the distributor.
Look on bottom or rear of radiator
The Jeep Grand Cherokee did not come out until 1993. It used a 5281090 Mopar filter.
yes they will. as long as both jeeps have stock axles.
The transmission filter is located inside the transmission.
Where is the fuel filter on 1993 Ford Thunderbird LX
== == We found it located in behind the right side of dash board, in behind the glove box. For our 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo
passenger side of dashboard