Re: I fit a new battery in my jeep and the code from my...
I had same problem last year when I too changed the battery and had lost the code. I did a search using "radio codes" and a UK site produced the answer in a few hours for a small sum. You will need the radio serial number which is on the rear or top of the radio.
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check the O2 sensors in the exhaust manifold with a automotive meter not a code reader ,then trade it in for a diesel manual version as these are impressive but 4.7 litre gas guzler at our petrol prices about 10 dollars a gallon in the -uk and around 7/8 dollars here in spain this vehicle you couldnt give away here
Depend what Engine Model you have: 2001 - 2004 (WG) Grand Cherokee (International Markets) 1999 - 2004 (WJ) Grand Cherokee (All Markets) WJ engine Specifications 4.0L I-6 1-5-3-6-2-4 4.7L V8 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2 4.7L V8 HO 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2
It sounds like the heater control panel, where the switch is attached, try to remove it from the dash so you can have a better look behind it, If all appears to be correct then the switch itself has gone.
Any all wheel drive will give less fuel miles.(compared to ones you engage as needed) The Chrysler v8 is a time proven engine, pretty much a copycat of a chevy with some changes to make it their own. Overall, I haven't heard any really bad stuff about them. If you look at the problems on this site, there seem to be fewer jeep probs than all other vehicles. (even though some problems are really weird!!!) What you really need to see is the vehicles history to make sure it's been maintained and has not been back to a shop for the same thing over and over. Good luck!