I happen to own one of these. I happen to also have the owners manuel. It is the fuse box located at the passenger side door. Just open the door, and you will see the fuse panel just below the dash. It is next to the hole that feeds the defroster through to the door vents. Open the panel and you will see the fuses. It is #26 and is a large silver fuse. It is a 30 amp.
A Cherokee would have the AW4. A Grand Cherokee would have a 44RE.
I would think so.
Yes 93 to 95 are the same
the switch board could be bad.
The Cherokee would have the AW4 A Grand Cherokee would have the 42RE or 44 RE.
A 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.7L would have a 545rfe transmission.
That would be in the interior fuse panel under the driver dash
This is a tough one to know for sure. I would recommend you take your Jeep to someone that repairs power windows.
yes !!i would check the fuse yes !!i would check the fuse
A Jeep Cherokee is an XJ. So that would be a yes. The 1995 Grand Cherokee was a ZJ. A ZJ 4.0 will fit in a similar year XJ.A Jeep Cherokee is an XJ. So that would be a yes. The 1995 Grand Cherokee was a ZJ. A ZJ 4.0 will fit in a similar year XJ.
Yes and no. As long as the motor is the same, the harness should be the same.
Year and engine would be helpful in order to provide the correct answer. Things change from year to year.
Probably the AISAN AW4
The price of a used Jeep Grand Cherokee range. The exact price would depend on the year you are looking for and the condition of the vehicle that is for sale.
well it sounds like you dont know how to do it so i would take it to the jeep dealer ship where is it located
The fuel pump is inside the fuel tank. The fuel tank would need removed to access the pump.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee, with more than 45 safety and security features, would definitely be a safe vehicle for your son. The 2012 Grand Cherokee was chosen as a Top safety pick by industry-funded Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).
I have a 1994 Grand Cherokee with a 1990 Cherokee 4.0 engine in it.. So i wuld have to say yes to your question.. ( i did not know it was from a 90 Cherokee until i had to buy some parts for oil change and none of the filters for a 94 would work.. :-)
The solenoid is inside the transmission, on the valve body. The circuit would include the computer, solenoid and wires in between.
I would assume to light up the footwell.
If it is the 4.0 engine. then it is a different part number. If you could give what engine you have it would help to let you know.
The engine might if they are both 4.0's. That would be about it.The engine might if they are both 4.0's. That would be about it.