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Where is the charcoal canister located on a 2004 jeep grand cherokee limited edition

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NEED TO REPLACE CHARCOAL CANISTER AND VALVES. 1. wHERE IS IT LOCATED? 2. What is procedure? 3. Best place for parts and price?


THE CHARCOAL CANISTER LOCATED BEHIND THE LEFT REAR WHEEL. YOU HAVE TO REMOVE REAR BUMPER FASCIA TO ACCESS THE EVAP CANISTER.YOU HAVE TO CALL AROUND FOR PRICE CHECKS.

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What is the model number for radio out of a Jeep Grand Cherokee 2.7 CRD Limitd 2004? Thanks x


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The Radio was manufactured by "INFINITY by Harman".
There were a lot of variations used in the Jeep Grand Cherokee series including the limited edition (1999-2004).

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Check engine light, vapor canister, have any idea


I would start with the gas cap replacement and see if the issue resolves itself. If you do have a problem with the EVAP (canister) system, it may require tools the average person does not have to help diagnose and correct/repair.

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02 jeep grand cherokee cuts off after reaching running temp. 4.0L no check engine


Are you topping off the gas tank (MAX OUT) while you're filling?

The emission control system can soak with gasoline if you over fill the tank.

Locate the emission line that lead to the charcoal canister and let it air out under direct sunlight.

After 1-2 hours,reconnect the line and use starting fluid to start the car.

After 10 minutes of warm up time,then take it for a short test drive.

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Light is on that says perform maintainance


Press the step button until miles to service comes up. Then press and hold reset.

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I had a similar problem with my 04 grand cherokee special edition. It was a 20 amp relay. The relay blew causing my brake lights to not work, also my power seats and sun roof. Its located under the hood on the passanger side. Its a red relay.. Possibly that..

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