Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 jeep cherokee laredo
the only problem that vehicle has is with cooling fans is relay/module or electrical harness to module that burns up located behind and under right front headlamp assy must remove headlamp to access relay/module that is what powers up fan motor module assy.
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
Your overdrive should kick in at about 45mph, pretty much at or about 2000rpm. To see if it engaged, lightly touch the brake pedal and it will disengage.It should also disengage when you mash the pedal down to go into passing gear, and re-engage when conditions "normalize" again. You can tell that it has engaged because the tach will drop a few hundred rpms. If it's not doing this, a simple trans oil change (with filter) may correct the problem. OD is activated by a shift solenoid on the valve body that may be a bit gummed up.
95's show a shift control module on some diagrams I've seen, but not on others. I read this as a possible "half-year change" So you may or not have one. If you do, I'd check that as well!
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
Hi. the very first thing you will want to do is check the fluid level in the transmission. If the fluid level is good and the filter is also in good condition, you should go to the next step. This next check will be shifter cable. if it checks out ok like you stated, the next problem spot will be the shift solenoids. these are very important and they preform the shifting action once you initiate it by using the shifter. if the shift solenoids are bad or malfunctioning, you will experience these shifting interruptions as you are today. Replacing the shift solenoids will fix this issue. They are located inside of the actual transmission pan.
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Posted on Mar 22, 2009
Your Kick down cable is either on too short or come off completely. Check that first before you spend any money on anything else or transmission overhaul
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
If you put the thermostat in correctly (spring towards the engine) that should be OK. Likely if the water pump wasn't leaking or had a bad bearing, you wasted your $ on that.
If you re-filled it and did not have the heater on high heat, you may have some trapped air in there. But, still overheating says another thing. If you have a blown head gasket, it can pump compression into the cooling system and drive the coolant from the core. It will also overheat. You can have that tested at most any decent shop that will do a hydrocarbon test to find that.I think someone makes a chemical test kit for that but not sure if it's very expensive or not. White smoke from tailpipe will also be an indicator as will be any coolant in the engine oil or coolant on one or more spark plugs. If it turns out that it has a head gasket problem don't stop looking for problems as often a faulty fan or obstructed radiator can cause the initial overheat that caused the gasket to fail.
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
Testimonial: "Thank you. I was hoping not to hear head gasket, but that's where it seems to be leaning towards."
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