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SOURCE: 4 wheel drive problem on Jeep YJ

Check the Vac, seloind on the front axel

Posted on Dec 21, 2008

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SOURCE: Service Ride Control has come on

The vehicle needs to be put on a scanner and checked. This system is too complex to check once you have checked the fuses are replaced or OK. Do your best to make a friend at the dealership and see if a tech is willing to give it a quick scan. The trouble codes will then point you to the problem. Only a dealer scanner will work. With the trouble code / problem diagnosis (i.e.C0660 exhaust valve circuit malfunction) we can help further.

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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more than likely its a bad wheel sensor or some kind of sensor, the ride control monitors the traction and suspension, I had to replace a wheel sensor that caused the service ride control, i think the part was around 90.00 and the dealer charged around 50.00 to put it in, more than likely that is your problem, just cross your fingers to hope its nothing more

Posted on Feb 06, 2009

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SOURCE: Service 4 wheel drive, service electronic brake warning

This is caused by by a bad ignition switch. According to the dealer the ignition switch contains an antenna that many of the sensors use to communicate with the vehicle, as well as the key fob. When the switch starts going bad the vehicle computer losses communication with these sensors and starts producing codes which include the 4wd and the electronic brakes. My fiance has had the same issues with her Grand Cherokee as well as the key fob not working, the remote start not working, the service engine light comes on, the door chime will sound when the key is NOT in the ignition and the lights are NOT on, as well as numerous codes usually relating to loss of communication with one system or another. All of which are fixed once the ignition switch is replaced. Unfortunately, this usually only fixes the problem for a short time (weeks or maybe a few months) before the piece of junk ignition switch fails again and it all starts over.

Posted on Mar 10, 2009

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SOURCE: service ride and service stability what does that mean?

this means that you have a fault with your stability control system. the stability control is designed to prevent a rollover it detects body roll when you are driving the ride control is the air suspension sytem this keeps ride hieght the same based on how wieght is in the vehicle. check the links that connect the switches to the suspension you may have one dissconnected (these links wear out over time you night have to replace them) there is one on each wheel postion if you need anything else let me know

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How to shift into 4 wheel drive


make model year, locking hubs, 2 wheel to 4 wheel drive,
is on demand, full time 4 wheel drive.

owners manual mite help, service manual, going on line,

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you could go to a dealer of the makers showroom go to service and ask for help, off road shop, 4wheel club, look up local 4 wheel shops or off road accessory shops, big tire shop may help. jeep shop

local library, on line, dealers cars, off road, 4wheel parts and accessory shop, shocks store, auto parts store, your local or friend that works on your family car or truck. jeep and off road specailty
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i hope this was helpful and good luck

thank you rod

Mar 13, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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My 06 grand cherokee laredo has a 4x4 emblem on the vehicle, and a traction button on the dash, how do I operate the 4x4?


Your jeep should have full time four wheel drive. To place the transfer case in low range look down to the console towards the rear and you will see a "T" shaped handle. To place it into low range you should stop place the vehicle into park and lift the T handle and in the dash a 4X4 indicator lamp will light up. The traction button on the dash would be used in 4 wheel high mode when you start to experience wheel slippage upon take off from a stopped position. This will give you a little more control. You only need to use the low range for very slow speeds in mud or snow. Otherwise just leave it in high range because it is always using 4 wheel drive. This is a very reliable system which Jeep has refined over the years. Your Grand Cherokee is not designed fro hard core off road use. Hard core off road use will destroy the undercarriage. The Grand Cherokee is more of a luxury soccer mom 4X4 with good road manners, a comfortable ride, and good reliability.

May 27, 2011 | 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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My jeep wrangler just passed 100,000 miles, what service does it need?


Here is the basic maintenance list for your Jeep:

~ Inspect lights and check tire pressure at least monthly or before & after each trail ride

~ Oil & filter change, chassis lubrication, differential and transfer-case fluids every 3,000 to 5,000 miles or 3 to 4 months - if you have recently crossed through water deep enough to submerge the centre of your hubs, replace the differential fluids as a precaution

~ Underhood belt and hose inspection every 3,000 to 5,000 miles or 3 to 4 months (every oil change)

~ Tire rotation and wheel balancing every 6,000 miles or every other oil change - driving offroad can knock wheel weights off a wheel, so you may need to have this done more frequently

~ Brake inspection every 6,000 miles or every other oil change - if you have rum brakes in the rear, ensure they are cleaned after each trail ride where you encountered deep mud/snow

~ Replace air filter every 12,000 to 24,000 miles or as indicated by inspection - dusty trails can shorten these intervals dramatically

~ Replace fuel filter every 24,000 to 100,000 miles

~ Automatic transmission service every 24,000 to 100,000 miles

~ Wheel alignment check every 12,000 to 24,000 miles or as indicated by tire wear - offroad driving can knock wheels out of alignment, so budget for an alignment every 3 months, then watch tread wear to see if it's needed

~ Cooling system flush and refill every 40,000 to 100,000 miles

~ Belt and hose replacement every 60,000 to 100,000 miles or 5 to 8 years

~ Engine timing belt replacement every 60,000 to 100,000 miles (when equipped) or 5 to 8 years

~ Air conditioning performance check annually, usually in the spring - be sure to run your A/C during the winter for brief period to ensure all hoses and valves stay lubricated and operable

Sep 15, 2010 | 2001 Jeep Wrangler

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My 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee rides extremely rough when the temperature gets below 27F. When driving over the smallest bump it bottoms out--sounds as if the wheels are scraping the wheel well.. I have...


differential lube is internal (where the gears are) and should not be termerature sensitive and unless a bearing is gone and quites down a bit when the lube moves around as you drive, it should not be making noise. Would never cause bottoming out or anything close to the noise you say you have. It is possible you got a bad shock, but I can't remember the last time I saw one (very long time) Without the benefit of seeing it, my best guess is that it has something to do with the brakes or a hub bearing. If it is a brake noise, could be something as simple as the dust shield hitting the inside of the rotor. Also the items I mentioned before.

Feb 19, 2010 | 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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'93 Jeep Gr. Cherokee 4x4 switch warning


this switch does not switch the vehicle from 2 wheel to 4 wheel drive. Grand cherokee have a manual shifter for that. The 4x4 switch is on top of the transfer case and tells the driver information display what 4 wheel drive mode the Jeep is in. ex..if you have selectrac, in 2 wheel the rear wheels on the display will light up, in 4 wheel all 4 wheels will light up, in 4 wheel low it will have the word low lit up in yellow. This is the only purpose for this switch and a bad one will not affect the functioning of the 4 wheel drive. Check out Rockauto.com and a new one can be purchased for about 35 dollars. If you call the dealership and ask for a 4 wheel drive switch, they will have no clue what you are talking about. The actual name is " 4WD indicator light switch"

Feb 22, 2009 | 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Service ride control


more than likely its a bad wheel sensor or some kind of sensor, the ride control monitors the traction and suspension, I had to replace a wheel sensor that caused the service ride control, i think the part was around 90.00 and the dealer charged around 50.00 to put it in, more than likely that is your problem, just cross your fingers to hope its nothing more

Feb 03, 2009 | 2004 Cadillac Escalade

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2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee makes a whining noise over 50mph


i just had the same problem and the dealship fixed it right away. that sound can be annoying. $1500 was way to much to pay. i paid $49 dollars to have a diagnostic. the only thing that needed to be done is for the wheel bearing to be greased. the problem was solved.

Jan 28, 2009 | 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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My 4 wheel drive in my jeep TJ sport won`t engage in 4 wheel drive, the 4 wheel drive is seized up, the shifter is really stiff. I think I have to take it apart in order to free it up, any suggestions...


serviceing it is ok but i would replace it
once it has frozen up (rusted) it will do it agin a short time after serviceing
i have done this on alot of jeeps and other models
replace it with a new one
rank and vote my solution TY

Dec 15, 2008 | Jeep TJ Cars & Trucks

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Full time 4wd doesn't feel right on my 1995 grand cherokee laredo


normaly you wouldn't drive all the time in 4 wheel drive in less it is mad that way but the reason it jearks when turning sharp is because the front axle is tring to grip but the tire just bends and slips commen problem

Dec 05, 2008 | 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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