First of all if the system is low or empty of freon, you have a leak. Replacing the freon without repairing the leak would be a waste of money not to mention allowing the freon to escape into the atmosphere. It would be best to take it to a garage and have a professional do the job for you.
Would have been built with R12. Can be retrofitted to R134a.
A 2000 Jeep Cherokee would have rear drum brakes.
I had that problem with my 98 Jeep Cherokee Sport, they ckd all kinds of things and finally replaced the fuel pump and then it was fine.
My answer 1998. My cherokee sport had 275000 miles on it original motor and drive train. Would still be on the road today had an idiot not rearended it and caused $4000 damage.
The freon capacity for a 2000 Mercedes S430 is about 29 ounces. The 29 ounces would only be used if the system was completely empty.
Woops. Not an answer, I was searching and accidentally posted this. Anyway, which fuse in a '96 Jeep Cherokee Sport would be for the electric fan behind the radiator. My fan is not working, and I want to check the fuse before I replace it.
It came with r12. There are some aftermarket freon that will work with r12 called freeze12. If the system is empty I would change it over to r134. You would need a different offrice tube also. Did my 90 lesabre about 4 years ago.
A 1997 model year vehicle would use R134a refrigerant. Freon is a registered trademark of DuPont for a line of CFC and HFC refrigerants they manufacture and market, so it's not actually Freon unless manufactured by DuPont and marketed under that name.
Sounds like you belt came off.
Two but the upper would be the one to cause problems
Assuming it is the same type of "freon", yes. The freon would be removed from the old system with a recovory/recycling machine.Assuming it is the same type of "freon", yes. The freon would be removed from the old system with a recovory/recycling machine.
Front would be a Dana 30 and the rear is either a Dana 35 or Chrysler 8.25.
i would have to say to take it to a shop they can fix it for you spend the money its not a part to mess with
This is not a freon because a freon is a simple molecule and although it contains the right molecules it would be a solid at room temperature, not a gas as a freon should be. Also, as the part poly is in the name this would define it as a polymer instead.
There could be a few reasons why a 2000 Jeep Cherokee would stall in stopped traffic. There could be a fuel line clogged or there could be a bad spark plug.
A Cherokee would have the AW4. A Grand Cherokee would have a 44RE.
If the system is completely empty then it would take 37 ounces if the truck has a single unit and 62 ounces if it has dual units...........
Freon is the trade name for R12. Your car contains R134 or R134a which is not Freon.
Freon leaks are not dangerous. To pose any health risks, the amount of Freon would have to be more than the amount of oxygen in the room.
If you are completely oblivious, yes, but if so really you shouldn't be driving anyway.
A loose / slipping alternator belt, or the alternator itself is gone bad.
With proper retrofit... Yes
It came from the factory with R12. I would suggest you convert it over to R134a. R12 is very expensive if you can find it. If it is low then you also have a leak that must be fixed.