Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I have a jeep grand cherokee and i have to pull the motor to replace the crank, and well having trouble getting to the top transmission bolts, if anyone has any tips or tricks to getting to the bolts and removing them, tried dropping motor down, and other things with no luck... ty, John
If you can get your hand back there you can try removing with a flat ratchet.Or, try using a very long extension with a swivel socket from underneath. Otherwise, sometimes it's easier to remove trans (separated from transfer case) with the engine (easier to get converter in properly when re-installing) Be aware that if crank bearings have spun, chances are there is metal throughout all oil passages in the engine and that cam bearings may have been affected...Block should be boiled out and have new cam bearings installed or you may be spending a lot of money for a short term repair.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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