Question about 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I had the same problem I believe.....
Changed the spark plugs and at the same time I changed the oil & Filters, (Oil & air ). You may not need to change the air fliter, But mine needed it. With the step buttons on the overhead, I could not find any reset. (my check engine light staied on) I'm no Darn Computer geek & frustrated easly by them. LOL ....So I disconected the battery cable, ( waited 15 to 20 sec) then reconnected the cable and this resets the computer. No more worning signs.
You may just need to change the oil & filter and reset the cp. Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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