Where is the fuel pump reset button located on a 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee?
This vehicle doesn't have a fuel reset button. If your fuel pump doesn't produce pressure, you may have a blown fuse (in the fuse box under the hood), a relay failure (same place) or a failing fuel pump. If your little SUV has more than 80k, and has been consistantly driven a great deal of TIME (not distance) with less than 1/4 tank of fule, suspect the pump failure. The pump is in the tank for a variety of reasons, the formost of which is that the fuel in the tank is used to cool the pump. If there is no MASS of fuel to absorb the heat, then the pump overheats, and will ultimately fail prematurely. If this is the case, the tank will have to come out, and if it is full, will be awkward to handle. Some pump modules are available at the parts stores, while others must come from the dealer, and can be as much as $500.00 for the parts alone. Labor compounds the expense of shop repair.
The 2004 Grand Cherokee Larado will have an overhead display for drivers information. The service engine soon message can be reset anytime desired by simply pressing and holding the reset button until the message changes to read the mileage interval programmed. The same process is used to reset the trip odometer and the MPG calculation.