Question about 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
A.I.R. emissions consist of a belt driven air pump some valves, and a pipe connection to the exhaust manifold. this connection is under the intake mainifold and may be seen by looking above the top of the front tire with the car jacked up and or the wheel removed with the cover pushed back to see the engine. ther can be an emmissions sticker under the hood that shows where the hoses hook to. theres supposed to be one but they fall off and are required in the U.S. but may not in other countries.
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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