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3.7 liter v-6 2002 Jeep liberty firing order


no job stated,
its not spark , 3.7L usa runs 6 COPS, all PCM fired direct
must be playing with what
CAMS
why not say the job, so we can be
ON THE SAME PAGE>?

if not in USA , now be like the time to say,no?
chapter 8 in service manual

posted VAST times,search much?

order-3kz44in2t3aazct2ooxw0hro-5-0.jpg usa official, book. from jeep,not NET rumors.

Mar 01, 2017 | Jeep Cars & Trucks

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2002 jeep liberty motor-2.4 chain driven component below crankshaft need to find if position matters and how to time


no photos. so help will limited .
all cam timing matters.
"not sure what does", the cam, crank, sprocket or pin?
The 2.4L inline 4 engine, is a throw back old Dodge Neons
DOHC engine ,a twin cam head.
2002 is first year, Liberty in USA>
is this the 2.4L turbo engine, EDZ engine.??
KJ jeep it is.
be nice to say what job your working? HOw'd you get here?
if you buy the service manual from jeep
chapter 9s, covers this 2.4 total engine, in one chapter.
but this engine cams are Belt drive. NOT CHAIN.
first post that it really is, this engine? or the VIN, or photos.

so you must be confused on that is there.
the other engine, the 3.7L is a V6 engine vastly different than the 4 banger.
it has chains.
covered in chapter 9- page 71 +
this v6 has a counterbalancer too.
i recommend reading the FSM book on this engine , after counting cylinder, 4 or 6? and reading chapters 9 or 9s.

see KJ 2002 here
RTM read the manual
seen here
http://colorado4wheel.com/manuals/Jeep/KJ/

Oct 29, 2016 | 2002 Jeep Liberty

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Laredo 4.7 V8 4 wheel Dr. Where is the tension pulley?


ok you stated 4.7L
so tension of what belt.. the FAN belt. is my guess.
my guess is you dont know that some engines have a tensioner device and others its dont by the accessory device, settings.

since you gave year and engine, ill assume usa car not export.
and will answer exaclty. using the FSM posted here 100 times.
the answer is in the book, for WJ
in chapter marked COOLING # Chpter 7
on page.23
usa car has serpentine belt. just 1.



25870517-lwloxbgtdrc3s52gtgoixv2s-2-0.jpg next you will ask how to deal with it.
and is answered on that SAME PAGE< RTM.

http://www.jeep4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service


click WJ.

Sep 18, 2015 | 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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WIRING DIAGRAM FOR FOG LIGHTS


stock?

TJ jeep that is what it is
and ive posted the answer here 100s of times now.
here goes again
front FOGS
chapter 8L covers this, (8 is wiring, L means lighting)
so ?
see TJ 2003 , same here.
see chapter LAMPS.
then wiring chapter.
schematic is 8W-50 fogs.
wiring + front, (index)


http://www.jeep4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service
its all there,

8W-50 (page 3,8,9 and 10)
if in usa, ignore EXPORT pages.... nobody here ever states there country , so..............................................mostly wrong answers.

Sep 07, 2015 | 2004 Jeep Wrangler

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Have a 1999Jeep Gr Cherokee have to replace power steering hose. Square housing above one end . what is it and how to remove?


NO ENGINE SIZE STATED so answers will be all wrong. see?
why not just read the free manual?
chapter "steering?"
FSM WJ, 1999 or near.
chapter 19? is steering .see page 7,
seen here, read that yet?

http://colorado4wheel.com/manuals/Jeep/WJ/00WJ_includes_diesel/

or at alldata.com

if you cant reach something
that means that the something must be removed first.
it should be obvious to you ,that.
remove pump first? (belt is first first but is obvious , no?)

use youtube and see 1000s to it.
ever do that? u tube.

Mar 06, 2015 | 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Fan senor switch for a 1997 jeep location


good question...
Fan, which fan?
1: heater fan (blower)
2: front A/C condensor fan
3: engine coolant fan. ????????????????????
i must guess engine option, so will guess, 4.0L I-6
why do you ask, i can tell what problem you have ,unless a symptoms is stated, is engine overheating?
the 2.5L and 4.0L have electric fans with the A/C option
and run by different rules,
with no A/C option the 4L uses a clutch fan.
chapter 7, page 8, FSM.
.http://www.jeep4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service

did you use a scan tool to see if the ECU, detects electric fan issues.
it does do that. page 19. and the 2 fuses? same page, same chapter.
the same chapter reveal the trip on , temperatures.

now for a jump to how it works page.
chapter 8w , wiring,
page 20 index.
8w-42 fan motor relay.
42-9 or PDF page 213
the answer is there. the fan is totally operatered
by the PCM, or ECU.
the ECU closes the relay to the fan
any time the ECT shows too hot.
the ECT is a PRIME sensor to run EFI, knows coolant temps at all time. so there is (was) a need for and switch or fan thermost
the PCM know the temp and closes the relay on demand.
the PCM has trip table,. the fan activate rule.

so if hot wiring the fan fails, the fan is bad
if the 4 voltage to the fan relay are good the relay is bad
if the fuse are blown the relay will no get voltage power.
if the PCM fails to ground the coil on the relay that means
the PCM thinks the engine is cold, is it?
if the coolant is cold then the the termostat is stuck open.

see how symptoms , prove what is going on,
is engine overheating, ?

wiring 8w
http://www.jeep4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service

if the engine is overheating,
we test the fan, if dead.
the fan comes on

the fan comes on by 4 rules, the A/C on or not.
ill answer for a/c off, lazy
fan comes on at 218F
fan trips off at 199F
the coolant thermostat is 195F.
so the test for the fan is to idle until the coolant hits 218F
and note the fan coming on,
that is the test, if it fails in any way we diagnose it with a simple voltmeter
how is that for an answer.
if you have sympotms , do post them so we can work the real problems.

May 26, 2014 | 1997 Jeep Cherokee Country

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1991geo prism lubrication points


old post, and one of them hard , asking for whole book.
PRIZM , 2nd year, its toyota corolla for sure.
lost the operators guide? chapter 7 covers all that.
buy one ?
as in grease? (points?) or all dino oil lub points.
you need a count, sorry I never do counts..
lubrication is and huge wild field (as in)
we even oil hinges... on all cars.... so.>> why not just read the book yourself, I cant paste in chapter 7 here, sorry.
engine oil is not grease, nor axle lube or transmission
why not ask by category.

suspension (none)
or drive line. sure...
engine and trans yes, and axles yes
the operators guide tells all this.
axle bearings , sure, some bearing can be greased,
some cant, depends on what's there. (sealed bearings happen)
hinges, sure. ,cables yes,
transaxle fluid (lube) sure.
why not ask this in a more clear and simple way
what lubrication points are unique to this car,
answer, none.

read any service guide on any car, and bingo, same.
same for same. FWD car for FWD car.
same... 40million strong. now.

page 7-7 has many lub points, shift linkages
park cable guides
underbody contact points it says.
there are 40million corollas made
all have owners manuasl, Id bet most all of them read the same.
i have 95 manual. here, and see NOTHING unique.
SOP standard operating procedures and service.

Feb 23, 2014 | 1991 Geo Prizm

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Engine number location


depend, on engine option. and what year, not posting year.
no answers are possible lacking this.
the fsm covers this in chapter 1. first thing.
to fix a motor you need know which one you have first.

Sep 10, 2013 | Acura TL Cars & Trucks

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I have a 2005 Jeep Wrangler X. When the power distribution center is connected there is a short to ground. Removing the battery connection to the power distribution center the short goes away. I have...


its bad,the PDC
no country stated, no engine stated,? why?
the 2005 (answering for USA)
PDC hard short all fuses, all breakers all relay out
means what?
well power distribution2 below shows all that, every wire there.
ASD relay pulled? you never said relays, they can (weld closed inside contacts can)) and is unfused, this relay. fact
i read the 22 pages for you there,
its just fuses and relays, no magic until 2007 (TIPM electronics)
this car is easy fix,. due to 2005 year.

looking now , TJ unlimited it is.
see the manual yet, see how this all works 2003 to 2006 year.
chapter 8w shows wiring, and modules the rules.

8w, pdc 2, chapter see that here, its there, clear as day.'



http://www.morris4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service

Mar 30, 2017 | 2005 Jeep Wrangler

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How can I adjust my 1996 Peugeot 405 clutch cable


My 405 had a self adjusting clutch but the BX box fits and they were adjustable, take out the airfilter and pipes, grab the end of cable and pull hard, if it releases then it is a working self adjuster, if not look for the adjuster nut, some are fitter on a bell-crank near the starter (13mm) others are 10mm nuts on the end of the inner cable.

Mar 10, 2009 | 1991 Peugeot 405

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