There is no such thing as a 2002 Cherokee Laredo. The last year for the Cherokee was 2001, and the last year it came with the Laredo trim was 1992. I have a 2003 Cherokee Laredo so this awnser makes no sense at all. Do you have a GRAND Cherokee Laredo? Those are still being made. They are not the same as the Cherokee.
Yes you can
I have a 1992 Jeep Cherokee Laredo. It is under the hood, on the left, near the windshield, in a black box.
On my 1992 Jeep Cherokee Laredo it is on the front right of the engine. There should be a picture of an oil can on the cap with the words fill oil here or something along that line on it.
I bought a 92 Jeep Laredo and found it had a 1994 jeep engine in it.
The fuel pump relay on a 1992 Jeep Cherokee Laredo is located under the hood. The fuel pump is located under the vehicle and is attached to the main harness.
1990 -1993 injected Festivas do not have a EGR valve
Yes they should interchange without a problem.
A scan tool is required.
5w30 or 10w30 (do not use synthtic)
yes NO, The 89 uses a speedometer cable where the 92 is electronic.
Top driver side of the bell housing.
its bottom passinger side. beneth a/c pump
It is obd 1, not 2. The connector is different and is under the hood.
Look at the bottom or rear of radiator Look at the bottom or rear of radiator
Should be at least 10 at idle. 25 at idle would be better.
Yes, four wheels down, trans in park, and t-case in neutral.
Never mind... there isn't one. Didn't try pushing on fuel door. (Doh!)
The AW 4 automatic transmission uses Dextron 2 transmission fluid.
On a 1991 Cherokee Laredo, it's on the underside of the car towards the rear of the car on the drivers side, almost parallel with the rear wheels. It is bolted to the underside of the car using a bracket with two screws which are probably rusted solid. Good luck.
depending on the manufacture date it should be located on the passenger side front fender in the main fuse box
it depends on what transmission you have. either manual or automatic. I believe the manual is 185-187 hp and the automatic is 190.
You have to replace the whole instrument cluster. Make sure you don't have a bad connection or a coil that is getting weak first.
Original is 10W/30 but i use 20W/50 because it wont leak through old seals as easily.