Question about 1989 Jeep Cherokee
My 4wd doesn't work in any position. Could it be any part of the vaccum, if so can I have as many diagrams and directions possible?
Depending on what year, if its late 80's early 90's cherokees use both mechanical and vacum! check on the passenger side rear of the front axle housing there should be a vacum line there with 2-3 hoses that has a rubber gromet that slides on to the vacum line on the axle make sure it is connected, some times you need to put something to hold it on like some tape or apoxy until you can clean well and re attach correctly!
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
Most Jeeps are mechanically shifted, not vaccum.
If it is mechanically shifted, simply check your linkage underneath.
That's after you check you front driveshaft and make sure it's working, and there. I've known people to steal em.
If it is vacuum operated, then I'm at a loss.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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