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Re: crank shaft removal (in vehichle)
If you are trying to remove the crankshaft you will have to pull the whole engine,Unfortuneately the crank shaft is also connected to the trany through the flex plate which is the piece that tranfers the power from the engine to the torqe converter which is part of the transmission.
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1 Lift the Expedition's hood manually. Remove the negative battery cable end from the negative battery terminal using the battery wrench. Make sure to put the cable end in a place where it cannot accidentally contact the battery during the repair.
2 Examine the serpentine belt routing diagram for the location of the Expedition's automatic belt tensioner. The Expedition's belt routing diagram is on the fan shroud.
3 Move the automatic belt tensioner off the belt with the serpentine belt tool. Pull the belt off the alternator pulley by hand before releasing the pressure on the tensioner with the tool and allowing the tensioner to slowly move back into position.
4 Remove the Expedition's charging circuit harness from the back of the alternator by hand. Remove the ground strap for the alternator's ground stud using the socket set.
5 Remove the mounting bolts that hold the alternator to the alternator bracket using the socket set. Lift the alternator out of the Expedition's engine bay by hand. Set the replacement alternator into the alternator bracket manually.
6 Install the alternator mounting bolts by hand first and then tighten them with the socket set. Connect the charging circuit harness by hand. Bolt the ground strap to the ground stud with the socket set.
7 Reinstall the serpentine belt onto the alternator pulley by reversing your removal method. Bolt the negative battery cable back onto the battery using the battery wrench. Close the Expedition's hood.
Bound to be online, somewhere. Google "jeep fuse box diagram". I found a 96 grand cherokee diagram in just a moment's search. Many, many pages there. Also jeep forums, 4wd.com; libraries are an excellent source also, if you can find the right repair manual. Good luck.
get a multimeter and test battery output, if more than 13v when you turn key to crank position if below then battery may be faulty and not holding charge, check starter relay and fuse, if ok also check for any parasitic draw from any accesary that might draw down battery when engine not running
Which engine?? V6 or the 2.4I? The V6 CKP is in the engine block near the flywheel side of the engine (behind and lower right of the exhaust manifold nearest the radiator) A 10mm bolt holds it in place. On the 2.4 4cylinder, the sensor is at the front of the engine behind the Timing Belt cover at the crank shaft. To replace it, you have to remove the timing belt, but you also need to know some technical things to reinstall the belt to be sure you are installing it correctly. Go to http://www.hmaservice.com/ and register. You'll then have access to lots of technical info and manuals, wiring diagrams, etc. about your vehicle.
it sounds like you have a tail shaft seal gone in the transmission it's not a difficult fix if you are handy. Remove the drive shaft and remove the tail stock seal(there are install and removal tools but a hammer and a screwdriver will remove it nicely)then replace with new seal (if you don't have the install tool a 5" long piece of 2x4 and a hammer works BE GENTLE!!!!)and reinstall drive shaft..........these seals are available at your local auto parts store and are usually no more tan $10.00 hope this helps!.........good luck!