Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo
The a/c low suction line is hot and high side is old
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is the side with the gray or black cap on it. The high side won't fit the can you are trying to fill from. They dummy proofed it pretty good. Only one will fit. Also, the A/C has to be running and on Max before you register a pressure and fill. If it is off it will read high.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
It's possible you are not getting enough coolant flow to your heater core. Try pulling the hoses off the core, blowing it out with air compressor, fill with water and blow out again. Try this about five times and see what happens. Alot of times these cores will plug up or have restricted flow. They will blow warm at low speed but it won't flow enough hot coolant through to stay hot on high blower speed.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
Sorry brother, it is in the gas tank with the pump. they used filters that are suppose to be good for the life of the vechicle. you can see the plug if you lift up your spare. hope you dont HAVE TO go in there.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
The numbers on the tire are on the tire.. Look at the sidewall.. The tire size is there.. also - go to - tirekindom.com and register,, and putthe car info in and the specs will be there..
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Posted on Oct 24, 2009
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Not knowing how many miles you have on your Jeep, this may or may not be the case; check the water pump.
If the shaft seals fail, there is a small hole on the bottom edge that allows coolant to flow out instead of it causing more serious problems.
It may not be easy to determine this since belts and fans tend to scatter it all over.
If your interior floor isn't wet, the heater core is probably OK but if you have air in the cooling system, it will affect the cabin heating.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
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