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I have a 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee and it is making a really loud metal on metal noise near harmonic balancer. What could be the problem and how do I fix it?

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Unplugged it and removed it. The vehicle must be running when you do this because the vehicle has a back up memory to the alarm.------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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check your vaccum lines, thats your problem

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Your problem is likely a bad battery and/or corrosion on the battery terminals. Remove the cables from the battery terminals and clean them with a wire brush or other tool. NOTE: always remove the negative cable first and reconnect it last. Reconnect the cables and then try to start/jump the vehicle again. If that doesn't clear the problem, take the battery to your local auto parts store or supplier and have them check it. You will probably need a new one.

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sounds like one of two problems your fan is not working properly or you radiator is particularly restricted

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