Question about 1995 Jeep Cherokee
If you just bought it, change ALL fluids, using the best quality stuff you can afford. While under there, take a good look at everything and replace anything that is or looks like it will be broken soon. Remove the brake fluid from the master cylinder reservoir with a turkey baster and re-fill it, same for clutch master if you have one. Drain power steering fluid and re-fill as well.
On top, check battery connections and make sure they are clean and secure, check wire harnesses to make sure they are away from sharp edges and exhaust manifolds and check all vacuum hose connections to make sure they are tight and not cracked..In doing this, you establish a good baseline for future service and avoid problems that would have gone unnoticed otherwise. No one can totally prevent problems altogether but many are avoidable. Any questions along the way, just ask.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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