Question about Jeep Cars & Trucks
the battery is dead ! or discharged?, (only) or
the battery terminals are rusty ,clean them you will.
got a voltmeter? , we can find any thing, nearly.
without , just a dog chasing tail.
or endless removing parts and having autostore clerks, check parts.
does car jumper cable crank? like the AAA tow truck man does?
that be first. if no meter.
Posted on May 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2001 jeep grand cherokee lights
The problem is with the connection from the light bulb holder to the socket that the bulb and holder go into. I believe on my 01 JGC it was the top light that was going out when i applied the brakes with the lights on. If you remove the light bulb holder in the tail light assembly and look at the area that the bulb and holder came from either the metal that makes contact with the holder for the bulb is depressed, or in my case it was cracked. You can use a small flat scewdriver to lift the metal in the tail light assembly, or as i did, i just put some tin foil on top of the metal, then reinstalled the bulb and holder ontop of the tin foil (this makes the elec. connection). seems like a rigged up solution, but made sense to me, and worked!
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
has your brake pedal seem to be stiffer than usual? the sound you hear is from the brake booster if it has a leak it will cause a noise but you would have a stiffer pedal because the booster is loosing vacuum.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
easy trouble shoot easy fix ! check to see if its getting fire if not replace the crank sensor it will fire right up common problem with the jeeps . Hope this helps you out !!!
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
You can adjust the switch by putting your thumbs on either side of the switch plunger and pushing toward the brake lever. The switch shaft will ratchet into the new position which is will then be depressed by the brake lever when it is the brake is not being depressed.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
This could be an issue with the shift solenoid , but can also be caused by low fluid due to a leak, check your fluid. Is there a check engine light on, if there is it could be a solenoid issue.
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
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