Question about 1999 Jeep Cherokee
Actually, if he has a fuel pressure gauge, and monitors it with engine off for a while, it may show pressure loss, which would be a good indicator. He should also be able to zip those plugs out for inspection too. As far as the 24 point inspection goes, I believe they are mostly looking at fluid levels etc, quick stuff to replace. Probably be better to save that for when ready for that spring tune-up & oil change time.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: power windows won t work
I alsao own a 95 grand cherokee.
Certain windows would stop working when the drivers side door closed. I removed the rubber boot in between the door hinges that shields the wiring harness and found several wires in a condition of broken and/or shorting.
I will say these shorts also caused the battery to drain on several occasions when the car sat overnight.
It is easier to re-attach and work with these wires if you remove the harness plug from the door. There is an allen screw located in the middle of the plug...sorry I dont remember the size....
Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
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