Question about Jeep TJ
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The bleeder screw is located on top of the slave cylinder. It will not work right until it is properly bled.If the reservoir runs dry, you will have to start all over. Have an assisstant pump the clutch pedal 3 times with the bleeder screw closed...then hold the pedal down and open the bleeder screw. Don't release the pedal until the screw has been retightened...continue this process untill no air bubbles come out of the bleeder screw....don't let the resevoir run dry...Please rate this...
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
i just bought a used 97 CHEROKEE but i had the same problem, when i got to looking at it i found out the front driveshaft was shot, look at that, if its not it i would say its probably the transfer case especially with an older vehicle like that which is a very expenxive repair
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
Remove fan belts first, then removed fan pulley bolts these are on the front center of the fan hub,,,remove these bolts.
Then remove the fan, and hub off the front of the water pump,,then remove the coolant hoses,,make sure you use a drain bucket to catch all of the antifreeze.
Then remove the water pump mounting bolts,,and gently pry off the water pump.
Then go get a new one.
Before install,,make sure you take a scraper and clean off any old gasket material first before installing the new gasket.
Then re-install the new pump.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
Should be on the bellhousing on the drivers side just where you need rubber arms to reach it.Should have no continuity between b&c terminals (check with ohmeter) Harness plug is usually on the drivers side between the master cyl and the back of the engine (unless someone moved it)
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
Could be one of several items...I'd check the fuel pump relay, auto shutdown relay and the ignition switch itself. I'd bet on it being one of those relays but, we all have been fooled at least once!!! I'd also make sure that body and engine grounding is good and clean. Relays can't work properly without a good ground.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
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