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It's 40A FUSE 2 in the power distribution center.

Jeep Liberty... | Answered 5 hours ago

you can probably get a pdf online from jeeps website.

Jeep Cars &... | Answered 9 hours ago

You made the classic DIY mistake--replacing whatever part is listed in the trouble code without doing any diagnostic work. P0155 relates the o2 sensor HEATER circuit. That can be caused by an open wire or a blown fuse. Until you fix that, the oxygen sensors won't work properly and that can cause a P0432. First fix the P0155 issue

Then fix the P0455 Evaporative Emission Control System Leak Detected (gross leak) issue. THEN see if the P0432 goes away.

Jeep Cars &... | Answered 10 hours ago

will need meter to start testing the other components and connections --need to test switch --relay--wiring circuit

Jeep Cars &... | Answered 11 hours ago

could be a simple oil sender unit failure or wire fell of the sender
However have the oil pressure checked by an accredited service center using a mechanical gauge to make sure that it is not a oil filter /gasket leaking or other serious problem

Jeep Cars &... | Answered Yesterday

Hold the time button down until the time blinks and you can use the Tuner to set the time. Push the tuner in to switch from Hours/Minutes and when you're done just wait till it stops blinking.

Here's the manual too if you want it.

2006 Jeep Grand... | Answered Yesterday

i suggest you get a manual, a lot of penetrating oil and a torch. youll need all of them

Jeep Cars &... | Answered Yesterday

If it is the error codes on the car, you will need to fix whatever caused the error code. Then you will need to plug the car into some form of OBD2 diagnostic scanner. This will read and then allow you to clear the codes.

Jeep Cars &... | Answered 2 days ago

Pretty simple unbolt and bolt back on operation. One thing though is most rebuilt pumps come with no pulley and you will need a machine shop to transfer yours to the new one. A special tool is necessary to do that so don't attempt it without the tool. If you haven't ever done this work, get a manual such as haynes or will not only help you there but in the future too.
After it's installed, fill the reservoir with power steering fluid and gently turn the steering wheel all the way in one direction (running) and then all the way in the other direction. Re-fill the reservoir and do the same again 'till the air in the system has been purged. Some fluid foaming and slight noise is normal but should disappear after a half hour or so.

1999 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Apr 18, 2018

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