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1989 jeep cherokee limited, brakes wont even budge hard as a rock, will not stop when driving

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What could be wrong ?? first push of brake pedal is excellent, second push is hard with no braking, drive for 5 minutes then pedal is good again on first push then second hard again, vacuum is working


You mention vacuum is working, but the symptoms point straight at the power assist for the brakes being faulty, probably the vacuum accumulator. I'd stop driving it and get it looked at ASAP

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Jeep cherokee limited 1991 (with abs) brakes wont work


I don't see why not.
Technically, the hydraulic brake system works independently from the ABS. The ABS system uses the regular hydraulic system to function.
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Deep grinding noise coming from front driverside wheel


could be a rock stuck between the brake rotor and calipers or dust sheild...on the other hand could be badly worn brake pads wearing metal in metal.....maybe even worn wheel bearings. when was your last brake inspection(worn brakes)? have you been driving on gravel roads(possible rock)? how long has this noise been occurring for(progressivly getting louder?-does braking effect if(worn brakes)? is it louder when cornering hard-and will it go away when turning the opposite direction (wheel bearings)??

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89 jeep grande Cherokee limited stuck in 4wheel drive.


the link for the 4wheel drive pops off the trany, get under the jeep and push it back in,, you may need to get a new clip,, not hard to do

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2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited is squeaking


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94 jeep grand cherokee limited locked rear brakes


check and try to loosen the brake adjuster (parking) all the way if not you have to remove the rear wheels and remove either the drum or the brake rotor assembly in order to check the lining for the parking brakes

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An ABS system will have wheel sensors installed. Remove one of your wheels and look for a wiring harness that runs to your steering knuckle(the part that you brake rotor and strut is attached to. Also, either you front half shaft or brake rotor will have what looks like gear teeth on them. These are the magnets the sensor reads. If your Jeep has either of these it has an ABS system. Secondly the chassis on the Cherokees should be the same irregardless of trim level (limited vs regular). These trim levels affect the interior trim and power extras only not the mechanical parts.

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