Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
You can just ask at a spares shop for the wires for you specific vehicle, as for fitting them, the negative terminal wire simply attaches to the chassis by a large bolt, and the positive wire usually has a plug on one end, and you can just plug the old one out and insert the new one, make sure to ask the retailer for the plug aswell when you purchase the cables. Hope that helps!
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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the best way to look at this problem is with a12 volt test light then remove the ground cable from the battery turn every thing off inside the car close all doors and remove keys then connect testlight to battery cable and touch the test light point probe to the negitive battery post if test light lights up for more than three seconds and stays on you have draw on the system. dont panic it maybe just a glove box light or door switch. if suspect a circuit simply un hook it retest again .if you open a door that will make light test come on recheck all doors closed. if you still have test light on locate fuse box and remove one fuse at a time until test goes out while holding door switch in.when locate circut use wiring diagram to assist from ther. if the light does not light up check altenator output volt meter shoud be 13.2 -15.5 volts when running.
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 10, 2009
One long bolt at the top - requires a 7mm socket to remove the bolt. The light housing will pry out with a screw driver. There are three ball and socket type connectors that hold the housing in and I just pryed off the plastic housing carefully and "balls" pop out of the sockets. Finally, I was replacing the faded plastic housing and it came with a new wiring harness. It's impossible to reach the connector to use the new wiring harness that comes with the new plastic light housing. So just use the existing wiring harness with the new light assembly.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
If you have the same pulley arrangement that most 4.0 engines have that pulley is an idler not a tensioner. Your power steering pump has a pivot bolt, and a slide under the pump. You adjust belt tension using the pump.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
Disconnect the cables from the battery, follow them to where they are connected and unbolt there as well. Make sure that you keep the new ones away from anywhere they can be damaged by vibration or heat (especially positive lead) Know how to re-activate your security system (both radio code and computer) before you do this. Or, get a "setting saver" that plugs into an accessory port to retain settings. (port needs to be "hot" with key off or it won't help though)
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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