Hey Kyle==The wire is probably off of the sending unit. GoodluckJoe My 89 Jeep Comanche did the same thing and it was the Oil pressure switch/sender it is located just under where the oil filter goes in
Thermostat stuck open or no stat at all. Faulty temp sensor or Gauge.
It could be the fuse, but mine is because the floater that measures for the gauge is stuck.
The fuel gauge in a 2001 Cherokee could be having different readings due to a bad fuel sensor. The sensor is mounted inside of the fuel tank.
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More often than not, a fuel gauge problem is usually a faulty fuel gauge sending unit in the fuel tank.
Bad sending unit in tank.
Most common problem is that the blend door is stuck or broken.
Either there is a short in the fuel sender wiring or the sender in the tank is bad.The actual gauge is rarely bad.Good luck.
check for broken wire from fuel sender unit in fuel tank to gauge. check fuel sender unit for proper operation. float may be stuck in the tank then check fuel gauge
I would replace the thermostat. This sounds like the thermostat is stuck open.
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I would have to assume that you need to replace your thermostat. If the temp. gauge isn't getting very hot (around 190 degrees) after the vehicle has been runing for an extended period of time the thermostat is probably stuck open.
Blocked radiator, low on coolant, stuck thermostat, air in cooling system
1. Why don't my gas gauge and speedometer work on my 1997 Jeep Cherokee? 2. With no other info at all, how would anyone know?
the sending unit may be stuck
The gas gauge sensor is most likely stuck. It is inside of the tank and over time it will get corroded.
Both. To translate our name to ourselves it would mean "Real People" - the name Cherokee was a popular name used by Choctaw for us, and like most other usages of names it stuck.
Stuck open thermostat. Defective temp sending unit. Broken/disconnected wire or connection.
sounds like your temp switch is bad you will need to replace it. Maybe the thermostat is stuck open and the engine never heats up. <- even if the thermostat is stuck open the temp gauge would register heat it would just take longer for the engine to heat up for it to register.
Yes the temperature gauge will still work. If it stuck open the car will run cool. If it is stuck closed the car will overheat.
Start with replacing the thermostat, it may be stuck open.
A Cherokee would have the AW4. A Grand Cherokee would have a 44RE.
My quess would be oil sending unit went bad or oil pump or bad gauge.
I would suspect a thermostat stuck open.