Question about 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
go throu licence plate pannel pull up on bar and on the inside under ur pannel the nut fell off the mechanism so just put on a new nut
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
You have to change the resistor (little box that the blower wires goes to) it is held in with 2 screws you will need the harness (($15) as the factory one was a defect and last you need to change the blower motor as the factory one draws too much power and burns up the resistor and harness..this is what i did on a 2000 grand cherokee with the climate control and it works great..I tried to fix the harness etc but it will still go out again if you do the above you will not have any problem with the blower working at random it will work better than new.I think jeep has retards for electrical people, has anyone had problems with the junky taillight assembly??
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
The governor pressure sensor is the most likley cause however an inspection of fluid or debris in trans pan would be a good idea to make sure there's nothing excessive in it. Attached is a list of possible causes however the senor would be the most common.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
Definitely, you'll have to take a look to see if any obstruction is visible. To check the fuses first you'll need to find them. The fuse block cover should illustrate what each fuse is for. You can visibly check the fuses, with a flashlight. Just take a look at the sunroof fuse and check that its not burned. That the metal inside goes from one side to the other and its not burned or broken. You can use a test light or a multimeter, a test-light will do. I usually check them visibly, its obvious when you have a blown fuse just by looking at it. Its better just to pull out the suspected fuse to check it.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
it is located at the back of the engine on top of the transmission bell housing,the plug runs over to the passenger side of the engine bay and it comes out from behind the engine,you can actually get your hand on the sensor itself from under the hood on the drivers side,and i believe its a 13mm bolt holding it in,the new sensor will have a sticker on the end of it...leave it there,it is used for correct spacing between the sensor and the flywheel,hope this helps
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
Testimonial: "Everything was just like you said but as a not atleast for my jeep it is an 11mm not 13mm. Works great so far (keep fingers crossed) "
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