Question about Jeep Cherokee
My car is sluggish and the rerves are low
You meant the Check engine light or MIL or SES light.
that means , as your operators guide states.
get it serviced! SOMETHING IS BAD.
or if mech. inclined DIY, SCAN it then read the FSM for the next tests.
all cars, made, same answer.
1996 to now, USA.
do you want us to guess?
or to test.
there are only 2 ways, Gue$$ing. and testing.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
go to the autoparts store and they will pull the check engine light code then send me a message and i will look the code up explain it and tell you how to fix it. good luck and the autoparts store will do that for free, take care and let us know
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Posted on Sep 19, 2008
if there are no other symptoms like valve lifter clatter or noise.. then is possible that the oil pressure is ok but that the oil pressure sending unit is bad .. you can have an oil pressure test done to make sure thats ok .. .. the sending unit jus screws in and isnt expensive .. another possibility is that sledge has formed and clogged the intake screen for the oil pump .. that can sometimes be cleaned out without removing the pan ... if the oil pressure is really low then its not a good idea to run the engine very much and especially not fast .. you can have a bad sending unit that operates only at very high pressures such as high speed .. so i wouldn't count that out yet ... if the engine has a history of not having timely oil changes or its been using low quality oil, i would suspect the sledge buildup ... if it has lots of miles then suspect a warn out or clogged oil pump .. an oil pump pressure test will tell you a lot and can be done topside .. ...
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
Of course your car is sluggish, cylinder number one is misfiring, that is why the flashing check engine light, if you continue to drive this car this way you risk the exhayst system overheating and starting a fire. Ge the car tested for the cause of the misfire asap.
Posted on Jan 27, 2012
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