I get between 18-20.
The best oil viscosity for a 1989 Jeep Cherokee Laredo is 10w-30. This type of oil is designed to give a good balance of lubrication and protection.
I believe it to be the transfer cases.
The starter is on the lower passenger side of the engine.
The cooling system on a 1989 Jeep Cherokee Laredo is bled by removing the radiator cap and squeezing the upper radiator hose. This causes the air to be pumped into the radiator and purging out the opening.
the starter is held on by two bolts. the starter is mounted to the transmission to make contact to the fly wheel. disconnect the battery and then the wires from the back of the starter and the two bolts should be easy to get to. Before you start... disconnect your ground (black) cable from your battery!
any auto zone can print it out for you.
Look on the back on the transfer case. There should be one wire running from it. That's your speed sensor. -- Blake.
yes NO, The 89 uses a speedometer cable where the 92 is electronic.
Check the starter relay that is just behind the battery. The positive wire from the battery goes to it.
The starter solenoid is located on the top of the starter.
sound like a bad dimmer switch hi/low beam
Is it possible that the Jeep is a Laredo with an alarm. My jeep did the same thing after I installed a new starter. What I had to do was close the driver side door, lock it, and then unlock it to disable the alarm. Hope this helps.
the starter should be under the intake on the back of the motor.
sounds like you have water in your oil. it could mean you a cracked block or cylinder head
over by the starter
Are you asking about the starter solenoid? If yes it is on the starter. If you are not asking about the starter solenoid what are you asking about?
It is located in the fuel tank.
The starter on the 1989 Honda Prelude is located on the left side of the engine. It is under the radiator hose that is at the rear of the radiator.
more than likely you have a short in your wiring
on the drivers side on the firewall on the left of the brake pedal, good luck : ) Matt