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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: location of spark plugs
carmen.... locate the coil pack.... it has 6 wires going into the top of it. follow each of the six wires from there... they end at the spark plugs. if that motor is mounted sideways... which i doubt as i believe that is a rear wheel drive truck it should be pretty straight forward.
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
SOURCE: 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited
Hey there Dave,
Had the same thing happen to my Wrangler about three years ago.
It was the weep hole too.
I drained the coolant, dried the weep hole and plugged it with a small amount of that solid epoxy they market to fix holes in gas tanks. I refilled the radiator and the plug held.
It's still holding.
Just an alternative option
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
lol i just did this its a lot of work but if you want to do it you have to drain the fluids then remove the radiator and the fans then then undo the sur. belt after that you have to use a 3 way puller (inside puller) after that you take off the block cover then mark the timing belt on all 3 gears ( very criticale that the belt gets back in same spot so mark the noch of the belt and the noch of the gear both if not done right you could send a piston rod thrue your block the your car is dead) loosen the timing belt and the remove the 3 bolt to the water pump in the top middle the put the new one in and put everything back together have any ? let me know on Scoobydoousa23@gmail.com
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
i've got a 2003, and i believe the parts and procedures are the same for the years. there are screws in the dash trim by the ciggarette lighter, and more on the underneath of the dash pad where the gauge cluster is. then carefully pop the dash trim out. there are retaining clips that hold it in besides the screws. they should pop out without too much effort. i'd start near the radio and be careful. there also may be two more screws near the bottom of the steering wheel that you'll have to remove the trim below it to get at.
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
The only trick I recommend is getting the Haynes repair manual on the vehicle and following the direction in there to do the job. As far as parts are concerned one is pretty much the same as the other.
Posted on Jul 09, 2010
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