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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
good morning to you and welcome to fixya.com. hope we can get you fixed here. just a couple of questions first? have you changed the fuel pump yet? if so where did you buy the pump from? your pump is actually building up to much resistence and is unable to overcome it in turn no power is getting to pump as needed. i have a grand cherokee with 230k so i love hearing that you have that many miles. lets keep you rolling. let me know and ill help you out.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
this sounds like the recirculation door in the heater box is broken and this is a difficult and can be an expensive repair as the dash has to be removed for access. a quick check for this is if you release the glove box and let it hang you will see the heater box if you reach up to the left top you will feel a grid and the recirc flap is housed there you can operate the blower and hot and cold and see if flap moves
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
Figures...I'd use 2&3 as b&c Open reading means that with the meter set to ohms and turned on, the meter should read the same connected to the terminals as it did before you connected it.
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
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