Question about 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Because you are doing repair at home, will not mean that the necessary tests don't need to be done. You can do many of the component tests a shop does using a digital multi-meter. You will need a chiltons, haynes, or other manual to guide you through the testing. When you find a part that you feel has failed, google the part name and you can learn how it relates to the system as well as common symptoms.
You may note I haven't told you what to replace. I won't...Only because without testing, I'd be guessing. Guessing can get very expensive very fast and will not help you unless it's a happy accident!!!
I don't guess while doing a repair and won't tell you to do that either. If you have a question about anything you find, just ask! Likely you won't give my answer a good rating...but later on you will learn why I answered this way! The systems are complex and symptoms can mimic others and only good tests can give you the correct answers!!!
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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