The usual reasons are one or more of the following 1. Radiator cap bad (system must be pressurized to cool properly) 2. Bad themostat 3. Lower radiator hose weak. (at speed, the hose can callopse restricting the water flow) 4. The viscus fan is bad (this is the fan that is driven by the fan belt. It has a slip clutch) 5. Old or Improper coolant mix in radiator (should be 50% water/50% coolant) 6. Radiator needs to be flushed or rodded 7. Timing too high. NOTE: do not remove the thermostat. it is there for a reason.
no. the wiring and computers are different.
on my 93 Cherokee the horn fuse is #11, a 25 amp fuse.
Those chips are a rip-off
yes. they can change from 89-95.
from 89-95 yes.
the bolt in the center of the idler pully is just spining how do i get the pully ooff
A 1993 Jeep does not have a transmission modulator valve.
Jeep does not use inertia/reset switches.
In the fuel tank
It should, the body on the Jeep ZJ 93 - 98 are the same.
they probably both already have this transfercase. but, yes.
yes it will, start swapping!
uni body cant do it
yes,but you are going to get electrical problems, as 93-95 dont have memory for the seats.
Any door from a 93-98 Grand Cherokee should fit
Look on the left side of a 93 Grand Cherokee. It will be the front one.
If the engine is the same then it will work.
The front passenger window will not go down on a 93 Jeep Grand Cherokee if the motor or switch has failed. This is common when water gets inside the motor.
I had a 93 and it was 16 gallons
The thermostat on a 1993 Jeep is under the housing where the upper radiator hose attaches to the engine.