Question about 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
1) what electric or cable tubing runs along under carriage along body of passenger side?
i found there to be one tube of the two or three to be split open, but no wire or cable is visible
2) where can i find an undercarriage diagram of the wiring? i parked my jeep in porcupine country and some wires got chewed. some are right through (since then my fuel gauge shows empty), but another one is chewed a bit open and i don't know what that wire is for
Don't remember, but a guess is that they may be for your vapor recovery system.May also be fuel lines but they are usually on drivers side. follow them and see where they go. Visible wiring should be color coded ...just match the wire colors and splice them together. If lines that are open are fuel lines, the high pressure one needs to have a steel line inserted, then join with pressure rubber hose and clamps. Using the steel insert prevents the plastic line from crushing when clamps are tightened. Vapor lines can just be spliced with hose and clamped, just don't go crazy with tightening...snug ,not torqued to elephant pounds.
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