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I need to know what size battery will fit. I've been told a 357 is what it needed, but it is to thick. Is that the wrong size or is my lighter damaged?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your Jeep Grand Cherokee uses a group 34 type battery. The sizes vary from manufacturer to manufacturer but, the standard size is 10 1/4 " x 6 13/16" x 7 7/8" or 260mm x 173mm x 200mm. Anything close should fit fine. Good luck. Please ask for help any time. Please rate me so I know how I'm doing. Thanks
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
SOURCE: Peressure bleed a cluch pt 2003
Try a manual bleed first, as it may achieve the same result without the hassle of pressure bleeding.
Fill the master cylinder resevoir, keep it topped up while cracking open the slave delivery line- wait for a steady dribble of fluid to come through - a couple of gentle pumps of the master cylinder will help the process.
Then move to the slave cylinder bleed nipple - crack it open and repeat the process above.
Once you get a bit of pedal pressure back, it's fairly straightforward to complete the bleed process.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
SOURCE: Hi. I think I may
Your 2005 Pontiac Sunfire battery group number is 75.
Check the Part Numbers of these batteries for your car - they all begin with "75."
Three batteries that fit your car are found at:
The "Group Number" refers to the dimensions of the battery - at battery that's too big wouldn't fit into
the battery compartment of the car.
Posted on Jul 29, 2011
airbag fuses are located under the hood. I have lots of experience with this system on these trucks. most of the time the problems is a bad crash sensor in the front end of the truck.. There are two, one on the passenger side of the front rail, and the other is on the drivers side of the front rail. It will help narrow down the proble if you just have it scanned. most mechanics can read the airbag code for you. Just have to call and ask. I do not recommend you call dealer for this code reading, they will charge you lots. lots of private garages will do it much cheaper. good luck.
Posted on Oct 17, 2011
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