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The headlamps on a 92 Jeep Cherokee wont turn off if the switch has failed. The switch must be replaced to restore functionality.
It uses ATF
yes NO, The 89 uses a speedometer cable where the 92 is electronic.
The Grand Cherokee did not exist until the 1993 model year.
I bought a 92 Jeep Laredo and found it had a 1994 jeep engine in it.
check the blower motor resistor
look under the hood on the passenger side of the car. To access it you will need to remove the cooland bottle, brake pump (if you have abs) and you will see it behind the orop rod.
probably crank sensor, they are famous for that
The blower "relay" on the Cherokee is attached to (from behind) the 4-position fan speed switch on your dash panel. Remove the dash cover and the 4 mounting screws to the heat/AC control, pull it out and you'll be able to unbolt the relay from behind the fan switch. It has 5 prongs, either 4 or all 5 will have wires leading in. Sometimes the term relay can be misleading, it can also be a square-looking black box with prongs and there are a bunch of them in a relay panel under the hood, next to your washer fluid reservoir... In my experience (I have a '93 Country edition and had a '92 prior), replace that piece only if you see visible signs of corrosion or damage. If your problem is for example, the heater only works on high or it only works in one of the 4 speed positions, chances are more likely that the heater resistor needs to be replaced. If the blower itself isn't working, you'll have to test power leading to the blower motor or repair/replace the blower motor. I've posted more specific threads on the heater resistor and the blower motor, if you want to follow up with either of those type "Cherokee blower motor" or "Cherokee heater resistor" in the search and you should find them. Good luck!
I had one of these on a 1991 Wrangler and if I remember correctly it had 3 speeds. i currently have a 92 and it dose have 3 speeds
Run a new one from the blower motor body to ground
replace the radiator correct, the radiator is junk.
under the dash in your fuse panel . it will say radio .
There are freeze plugs on the left and rear of the engine.
Amsoil makes some of the best automotive fluids on the market.
My son's 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4x4 lists 3 pints of Dextron III oil.
Yes but only if you take the engine, computer, and all the wiring with it. The 92 and 87 use different fuel management systems
When ever you look up a car part, it shows the part's name followed by a year range. The year range means they used the exact same part in any Jeep Cherokee made between that time period. When I looked up "1993 Jeep Cherokee rotor", the year range is 92 - 95; therefore, a 93 and a 96 are different in at least one way.
The markings for timing is located behind the crank pulley, below the water pump. This is true for all Jeep Cherokees 1988-2001 I6 -4.0 I own 2001 Cherokee, my brother owns 89 Cherokee, my hommie owns, 92 Cherokee. Timing markings can only be seen when the serpentine belt has been removed.
Please, rephrase the question. You say you have a 1989 Jeep Grand Cherokee, but the Grand Cherokee did not come out till late 92, but was considered a 93 model. If what you really have is a 1989 Cherokee, we need to know the motor size. The rest we can look up and give you the best answer possible.
Blocked radiator, low on coolant, stuck thermostat, air in cooling system
If it's got a canister there should be a hose between it and the tank.
Where is heater core located on 92 chev
In order to have good fuel economy and good performance, the best gear ratios for a jeep Cherokee with 33" tire size are: 3.91 4.11 4.27