Why does your 96 jeep grand Cherokee V8 overheat when your ac is on in hot weather New evaportor and accumulator?
Check coolant level Make sure cooling fan is operable cooling system efficiency degrades with miles... added heat in the condensor, and load on the engine may be enough combined with miles to heat up a little...IF ITS ALOT, aim for thermostatic stuff like fan control and dirty in-nerds in the cooling system...also, check all the tune-related items, and make sure you don't have a chocoalte milkshake inside the underneath of the OIL FILL CAP...indicating a blown head gasket... a teetering cooling system may be behind the whole thing...:)
If there is a leak in the oil cooler lines could that be one of the main reasons why some vehicles especially in warm-hot weather or long distance travel to overheat?
I asked a sunroof repair shop the same question in my area. I have a 97 Grand Cherokee limited with sunroof, and the weather stripping around it has deteriorated. Unfortunately, the repair shop said I would have to replace the entire glass for about $1000!!! If you find another answer, please let me know. Otherwise, I can live with it for now.
does anyone have this problem with their 2007 grand cherokee larado, during wet weather or during the winter when its slushy out, the lift gate light comes on and the interior lights stay on. used the dimmer switch to shut interior lights off ? I disconnected the battery overnight and after the weather clesred and everything was dry I reconnected the battery and all was back to normal. Can anyone help with this issue.
What could cause a whirring noise on your 2001 jeep Cherokee from front end as it is moving seems to happen in colder weather?
for six long, bitter months in the winter of 1838-39 the 1,200 miles know trail of tears were cold which killed many of the Cherokee Indians marching across it. Also a lot of Cherokee Indians were dead, so the Indians were walking to the destination and Whites kept the land so the Indians do not get their land back!
I do not have a Grand Marquis so my engine does not overheat! Fords and Ford products tend to overheat and always have! Let's check a few things. How long has it been since you changed the thermostat and the coolant? Those two things are the most likely culprits. What is the condition of the hoses? Have those been changed in the last several years? If you have changed the hoses, the thermostat, and the…
The Trail of Tears was a forced removal of at least twenty thousand Cherokee Indians. The exact number of Cherokees is not known. In 1838, the US government moved them from their homelands in the mountain valleys of Appalachian Georgia and the Carolinas to western Indian Territory in present-day Oklahoma. Cherokee call this trail “Nunna-da-ul-tsun-yi”, meaning "The Place Where They Cried." Traveling through bad weather and without proper clothing, at least 4,000 Cherokee died on…
If it is like my 1990 Cherokee the 4WD is vacuum operated. If the vacuum lines are old and brittle and possibly broken then the 4WD wont work. Also, sometimes it can become temperature sensitive (like mine) and wont engage initially in cold weather. There may be other causes, but that's what happened to mine AND my brother, who has a Comanche eliminator.
needs bigger transmission cooler its a common roblem The above answer is pretty general and may not be your problem. Without anymore information on your problem, here are a couple of general known issues with your transmission (assuming auto trans): These transmissions are prone to heatup very quickly while backing up especially with a trailer connected in hot weather. ie playing around trying to get your camper "just right" on the campsite can he a…
The Cherokee Indians were forced to move starting in June of 1830 and lasting until the following winter in 1831. They marched all day long in all types of weather. They had little food and very little sleep. Many members of the tribe died of disease or famine. Most of the Cherokee Nation was located in Georgia at this time. They were marched to Oklahoma and then some were marched all the way to Florida.