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How to stiffen up the ride on an 05 grang cherokee

Can live with it but if a harder more balanced ride were to happen it would be good.

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Get higth performance shocks.

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I have an 05 Vibe. The front end shakes when I get up to about 60 mph. I've had the alignment checked. Recently got new rotors - helped for a while but now its back. Any ideas?


Are telling us, you spent perfectly good money, any number
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If it only happens around 60, that is something to go by

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Can i take the coils from the front of my 97 grand cherokee 4.0 put them on the back and take the coils from the front of a 97 grand cherokee 5.2 and get an even lift?


I haven't checked parts numbers on front and rear springs for what you are doing but, generally there is a difference in the spring rate between fronts and rears because the front need to support the weight of the engine. To further complicate things, springs begin to sag as soon as they are installed. While not noticeable when all four are fairly new, the difference is visibly obvious over time.
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Oct 23, 2010 | 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Where is the fuse box on a 1997 jeep grang cherokee


Hi there,





There are three fuse boxes in the 1997 grand cherokee jeep. One is located under the hood and one on the right wall side of the lower front passenger side dash.



The third one is located in the glove box,you have to take off the bottom plastic to be able to access it.

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My 1996 grang cherokee jeep 4.0L keeps skipping after changed plugs, wires, and distributor cap. Will i need a new ignition coil?


how about a bad injector. unplug one at a time to see which one is not spraying. otherwise do a compession test on each cylinder.

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My 1996 Jeep Grang Cherokee just started acting up, first the battery gauge kept dropping to 0 about a minute after starting, now it will not start without a boost and the second I unplug the battery it...


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sounds like either a bad speed sensor or controller. shift points are too high, should be at 2000 or slightly less. if fluid is good and clean and shifts do not flair, check those control units. Not sure about calibrate...could mean out of calibration...Id ask
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2002 grang cherokee


How fast were you going? It shouldn't be a big deal, but since the engine light is on, something isn't working properly, causing the problem. U can go to a parts store and have the engine codes read, a free service at most stores. Ask what they recommend u do to fix the problem. Write down the code numbers they get off the cars computer for future reference, and if u have any more questions u can come back to this site with that info. Good luck.

Dec 30, 2008 | 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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