Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
How to replace starter
Disconnect the battery, negative side first.
remove both positive wires from the starter.
remove the bolts from the starter.
install new starter.
make sure positive starter wires are free of corrosion and rust, use sand paper or a file.
tighten positive wires just snug, then another 1/4 turn, ** not too tight or you will snap the stud off the starter solenoid**.
coat wire ends and starter studs with die-electric grease, battery protector, spray paint , or something non metalic.
connect vehice battery, negative side last.
Posted on May 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Behind your battery, there's a black plastic cover that once removed, you'll be able to see all the relays and fuses. Yes, it's known as your "Power Distribution Center", and your cooling fan "fuse" (which is quite a bit larger than your normal fuses), is fuse number 13 which is a 20 amp yellow fuse. Underneath the cover you removed there's a diagram of all the relays and fuses...just FYI.
Posted on May 21, 2009
My 96 Jeep Cherokee is blowing Black Smoke was told it was dumping raw fuel had it checked was told maybe 2 or 3 injectors were not working right or it could be computer or oxygen senser was wondering what your thoughts are on this i replaced the map sensor and tps sensor already
Posted on Sep 01, 2011
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