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Pull fuse out and reinstall.
Posted on Oct 29, 2012
Check fuses, most are labeled or identified in owners manual, also check blower motor resistor block
Posted on Oct 29, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Aug 04, 2008
SOURCE: how to remove heater core
Is a typical case, but we can use like a general method:
First remove all the water from your system by draining the radiator, it's best to do it this way so you can add new coolant and keep the mess to a minimum, after your water is drained, go ahead and remove the heater core feed lines.
For the specific case, Grand Cherokee, check this info, maybe the answer are in there: ZJ Secc 24 Heating and Air Conditioning (Page 41 and Next)
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
Front shocks/struts may be shot...not dampening the blows from the street.
Also...very important... wheel balancing. Wheels that are out of balance will start bouncing like this too.
Also check alignment if it's only when you hit a chuck hole.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
The "Death Wobble" is a creative term coined by Jeep owners that
describes a situation when the front axle begins violently oscillating,
causing the car to shake (or wobble) in a manner which makes the vehicle
hard to control.
The death wobble is a simple problem without a simple solution. Essentially the wobbling is your suspension system is out of equilibrium. Unfortunately there are many areas in the suspension system, including the tires and the body, that could be causing the problem:
Obviously, to fix the wobble you need to know what's causing it. The best way to do that (although frustrating) is to go through the common causes one-by-one until you find it. Let's start small and work our way up:
Check THIS ARTICLE for additional details.
Posted on Oct 12, 2011
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