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My vehicle information center on my jeep wont work it tells me when i turn on my 4x4 part time but nothing else what could be wrong and how do i fix it

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SOURCE: Graphics display module/vehicle information center

It is probably bad.

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

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1997 jeep Grand Cherokee 5.2 liter V8. Water Pump. When I remove the big nut to remove the clutch fan. Will that lose the pulley that's attached to the water pump? I don't see bolts holding pulley wheel to the water pump? Is it pressed on or will it become loose when I remove clutch fan nut?

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SOURCE: My 96' Jeep Cherokee will not turn over or start

ASE Mechanic here. check all the fuses to start, and check voltage on battery. if there was a battery draw all night the vehicle might have started but the alternator could not charge the battery because its power was too low and causing the ignition to die and then not allowing the vehicle to start. keep me posted!!!!!!!!!!!

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SOURCE: 2003 jeep grand cherokee displays coolant low

Change the coolant switch.

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SOURCE: Information Center in a 1997 Jeep Gr Ch Laredo

If you refer to the display that shows a diagram of the vehicle with the wheels lit. That display might have turned off due to a fuse problem. Chek the fuse. If the fuse is ok and the cabling powering the module are ok, then the module itself might be the problem. If that was the case, before thinking of purchasing a new one, disinstall the bad one, open it (8 small philips screws), replace the four capacitors it has on the back of the circuit board of the module (use soldering iron proper procedures), (each capacitor might cost 50 cents while the whole module might cost more than 100 dollars), and reassemble. That should take care of it for many years ahead.

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I can't get the vehicle information center in my 96 Jeep grand Cherokee to work no lights, warning, nothing, can't locate exact fuse but all looks good?

I would start with the Fuse Box under the hood. Start by pulling the Fuse's 1 at a TIME!! I have done it befor time & time agean. It's probley by the Battery. It's a black box that has " Main Fuse " or something alone that line. There just like the Fuses under the Dash, BUT BIGGER! They can be hard to tell if they blew. I have done it so, much that I know. If it's not that I would check the Fuse Box in the Dash. Jerry Dunn

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Coolant Sensor Bad Message on the Vehicle Information Center intermittently displayed on my 1996 Grand Cherokee. Have changed the Float Switch 3 times and no joy.

The problem Has nothing to do with the coolant sensor, Or for that matter anything to do with the cooling system at all, Check out Jeepforumdotcom & under "coolant sensor Bad fix" You will see that it actually has to do with crummy soldering on the back of the VIC (Vehicle Information Centre), & all that is needed to fix this problem is a bit of solder & some patience, I know this because I have changed my coolant sensor on the engine block and in the reservoir & the thermostat just to be sure & all with brand new original jeep parts not aftermarket rubbish, & all it took was a bit of solder & searching the answer on

May 15, 2010 | 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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The 4WD Switch is the indicator that tells the VIC (Vehicle Information Center) if you are in 4Low or 4High. Have it replaced.

I replaced the switch at a cost of $ 80.00. The Jeep Dealer said if it doesn't fix it that I would the VIC.

Good luck (remember rated this).

Mar 23, 2010 | 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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First, since you are new at thei i suggest that you go and get a chilton or haynes manual for your vehicle. Since it is an electrical problem and their wiring diagrams are terrible, I'm sending you this site (better diagram) First place I'd check is the main fuses in the power distribution center near the battery. Another item to test is the crank position sensor (but the headlight thing may be a clue that the problem is elsewhere) /Jeep-Wiring-2 No competent tech can give you a diagnosis especially with electrical problems without testing...therefore I can't give a "fix" but can only tell you how to optomise your chances of successfully determining what's wrong.
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