Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Hey Mike, it's me again. >>> https://www.fixya.com/secure/cars/t1133724-95_grand_cherokee_front_drivetrain. Thanks for the info by the way. Ok, so I go underneath the truck to check the vacuum line that you described going into front differential and I follow it back up into the engine bay where it stops at. The weird thing was that it was still secured next to the air filter on the clamps holding it in place, but the line was not connected to anything. It just stopped. From your description of how things worked I figured that It should be connected to the motor that you described for things to work properly, but I just did not know if there should be another part to the line or where exactly it should go. So if you could possibly send me the diagram to help me out I would very much appreciate that and any helpful advice you can give.
Thanks again, Mike
Sorry about the delay answering your request. Been out of touch for a few days.
That vacuum line is almost certainly the problem. Good tracing.
It should be attached to a Manifold Vacuum port. Same area as Cruise and Climate Control.
Diagram coming up.
Posted on Nov 01, 2008
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