Could be the crankshaft position sensor. On a 1993 Jeep it is located on the transmission housing, drivers side, near the top. The connector sits on top of the intake manifold. Some auto parts stores carry them, others don't. Also, check the spark plug wires for arcing, even if they are as little as a year old. They go out more often than you would think. Replace if they do. If nothing then try replacing the distributor rotor, checking the distributor cap as well. All really cheap stuff.
catlytic converter is plugged and needs replaced
Only way to have the remote entry control programed is to have a dealer program the codes. You cannot do it yourself. Believe me I tried. I recently had my 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee programed by a dealer. Cost less than $20.00
Replace your control module.
The regulator is in the engine computer not the alternator.
I am having the same problem with my 93 jeep cherokee. it can hardly get out of its own way! i just recently rebuilt my motor and transmission. i replaced the cps ( crankshaft position sensor) and it made a noticeable difference, but still hasn't fixed the problem completely! I need help!
I'm not of much help here, but I am having the same problem with my 05 Cherokee. The lights slowly fade from the right to the left. I replaced that whole section, which cost $75 for parts. It was ok for about a month, but now it is starting again!
If it has failed, then yes.
It is old and needs flushed and replaced.
The control arm of a car needs to be replaced if the car is having trouble steering the front end.
Historically the Cherokee made a type of pottery which they decorated. There are also some carvings and cave paintings (recently discovered and attributed to the Cherokee, at least in part). The Cherokee also did bead and feather work as well as painting.
Yes, replace it.
Have you replaced the battery in the fob?
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.
The fuel pump on a 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Loredo is replaced by first lowering and removing the fuel tank. The fuel pump can then be lifted from the fuel tank and replaced.
You probably have a bad Electronic Control Module. They are notorious for going bad.
No, the Grand Cherokee uses a timing chain which will most likely never need replaced, they are extremely durable.
I replaced my fuel pump its in the fuel tank.... I replaced my fuel pump its in the fuel tank....
Have you replaced the PCM
That is the vacuum supply for the HVAC control.
The cable must be replaced if damaged.
Check the oxygen sensor. My 1995 Grand Cherokee stopped stalling while driving after it was replaced.
TCM Transmission Control Module
I have had one evaporator replaced in my 1996 Grand Cherokee Limited and two replaced in my 1994 Grand Cherokee limited all were done by Jeep dealer and ran about 400 dollars parts and labor and took about 4 hours to complete. R-134A refrigerant is acidic this is why evaporators don't last.