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Remove oil filter

Hi sir, I'm having trouble removing the oil filter housing on my jeep grand cherokee 2.7 diesel. Do I need a special tool?

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Yes but you can gently tap them off but be very carfull ok m8

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Where is the oil filter located in a 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited


Hello Debra Russ,
U may locate oil filter 4 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee 2 way's.

1.) Open 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Glove Box, remove the 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee owners Manual from glove box. Open owners manual to index page, locate oil filter page.

2.) Secure 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee from moving fowards or backwards by blocking wheels in front and back which will NOT allow movement of said 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee.

Using a small person of average build, average height, average weight, average intelligence, average physical appearance, move average said person with said average features of above near the 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee, instruct said person to physically crawl under vehicle while laying on said person backside, (**** scraping on average dirty ground or average dirty filthy oil filled garage floor filled with oil filled kitty litter. Hand said average person an average shop light with an average wallmart brand soft white light bulb, light bulb will bo out very soon so move to next step ASAP. view engine while calling out all massive oil leaks INCLUDING a dirty oil caked oil filter.

Congradulations!
You found it when a black oil droplet drips from the oil filter into said average oil filled hair of said average person!
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I have a 93 grand Jeep Cherokee Laradeo ,to change the oil pan seal , and or the oil filter housing to change the O rings , or the timing cover seal or the rear seal , dose one need too lift up or pull...


The oil filter housing and the timing cover can all be worked on with engine in car.
For the rear engine seal (rear main seal), the transfer case and transmission will have to be removed to access the seal.
Most of the time, the oil pan can be removed without raising the engine. Check your clearance under there for anything obstructing removal. (I loaned out my Jeep manual and never got it back!) On some cars, engine needs to be raised about 4 inches for pan to clear the oil pickup tube. Don't know about your Jeep.

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Can you remove the injectors on 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee diesell whithout removing the engine not a lot of space to get the back injector out ???????


YEP REMOVE TOP ENGINE COVER AND DISCONNECT INJECTORS ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR,REMOVE FUEL RETURN LINE FROM INJECTOR, REMOVE FUEL INJECTOR HIGH PRESSURE LINE, REMOVE FUEL INJECTOR RETAINER AND RETAINING BOLT,THEN REMOVE FUEL INJECTOR FROM THE CYLINDER HEAD. YOU NEED A FUEL INJECTOR EXTRACTOR TOOL 9075A ON TO INJECTOR AND CYLINDER HEAD.YOU DONT HAVE TO REMOVE THE ENGINE.

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Information on how to remove oil filter housing


Removing your oil filter housing is a simple task with the correct tools. You will need to evacuate the oil in the drain pan before removing the filter housing. You need a torx bit to remove the housing. The oil filter housing is located near the distributor cap. You can unbolt the housing by unscrewing the torx bolt on the outside of the neck. The filter and the housing will come out.

Read more: Jeep Oil Filter Housing Removal ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/way_5649355_jeep-oil-filter-housing-removal.html#ixzz1CS95qEdH

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I am having trouble removinng the fuel filter from my 2000 jeep grand cherokee. in the process of trying to removing the filter, i broke it off and i dont have the tool, iam in a jam. how can i slove this...


Find a hose that will fit over the end of the line and clamp it on it'll be OK to run it without a filter for a litle while till you can fix it right .. Just make sure your temporary repair does'nt leak as in add more clamps or get a different hose. Once running you can take it to a repair shop or ride down to a parts house where they sell the fuel line tool. Most all parts houses have them and dept. stores too. The fiter job is easy to do with the correct tool and thier only a couple of bucks at the auto parts store.

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Where are all the filters to the 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee?


for the 2.7 diesel the air filter is there on the left hand side in the big sqare box oil filter is on the right hand side on the top easy access diesel filter right hand side close to bulk head.

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How do i take out the oil pressure switch having trouble getting the plug off. 2000 grand jeep


hi on the connector there is a safety lock you pull it to the side and then remove the connector then you will need a tube socket 26mm then remove the oil pressure switch

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Oil leak


a bolt goesthrough the centerof that housing that if memory serves me right is a t55 or t60 torx. it is a tight fit to get to and the bolt is hard to turn because it also has an oring on it

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Fuel filter


Check this info, is in spanish, but the graphics can be help you:
Jeep-WJ-2002-Cherokee-Service-Manual-PDF-14-Sistema-de-Combustible (Page 14 and next)

This is in the rear axle.

Good luck!!!


Jul 21, 2008 | 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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