Question about 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
2004 Jeep? grand Cherokee?
why 2 digits?, where did you see that? very odd that.
are you posting to year 2004 in error?
do post car brand model, GC.
and post year, post engine option (size)
beg,barrow, rent or get loaned (many stores loan it) or ask you mech.
to scan the PCM. (watch out for poor shops with ratty tools)
any scan tool that has JEEP factory code support works best.
one of the best is INNOVA 3160
or drive to any auto repair shop. and ask them to scan car
many will do it for free, as good faith and easy way to get work.
jeeps 1996 to 2000 any scan tool works
93-95 year needs a special OBD1 jeep scan tool , $150?
old that 1993 , only very expensive dealer type tools work. DRB1 or 2.
the operators guide in the glove box, says what to do .
did you lose that?
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