This is a common problem with these Jeeps. There is a plastic piece inside the thermostat control knob on each side (dual zone), which can break after time. It will not feel like it is broken when you turn it, but it is no longer changing the temperature and it will be stuck on the last setting it was on before it broke. One of your control knobs has this problem. It is a $25-$30 part that can be installed by most A/c repair shops or a Jeep dealership for a lot more.
TAke it to the dealer where they have the proper machines. That last answer really sucked, spoken like an union mechanic. Go to this link: http://www.justanswer.com/questions/1jjd3-2000-grand-cherokee-split
The 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee engine control module is located on the firewall in the engine compartment. The engine control module will be on the passenger side of the firewall.
Go to www.wjjeeps.com and type HVAC in the search box. All the instructions are there.
TCM Transmission Control Module
Yes - IF and ONLY if both Cars have Automatic Climate Control. The computer settings are different (Or are 'supposed' to be) - You can always try - if it works great, if not, at least you know.
The tie rod torque bolt settings, on your 2000 Jeep grand Cherokee, is 70 pounds per square inch. The bolts should be torqued in 35 pound intervals.
Engine control module
I have a 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4x4 with the 5.2 v8. The cruise control fuse for mine was located in the steering column. Its an in-line fuse.
Yes, it can cause the cruise to surge.
The problem is with the blend doors. Check www.heatertreater.net for diagnostic information and an inexpensive fix.
no, the Cherokee and grand Cherokee are different vehicles
The 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee transmission control module is located on the back of the transmission. The transmission control module will be in the upper left-hand corner of the transmission.
On 2000 Grand Cherokee with the 4.7L with the 45RFE transmission it is located on the passenger side engine compartment at the rear near the fire wall.
No such part on a 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee.No such part on a 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee.
On the dash, near the ac control.
Take it to the mechanic.
No, the Grand is different from the Cherokee.
The Grand Cherokee did not exist until the 1993 model year.
It most likely will, grand Cherokees didn't change much those years. As long as they are both grand Cherokees, and as long as one isn't a Cherokee and the other is a grand Cherokee.
Jeep Grand Cherokee was created in 1993.
A seat from a 1999-2004 Grand Cherokee is what fits in a 1999-2004 Grand Cherokee.
None, there wasn't a Grand Cherokee until 1993None, there wasn't a Grand Cherokee until 1993