Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
If it has been a long time since your oil has been changed, the fuel smell is somewhat normal. Changing your oil and filter will take care of that. Unless you are having problems with the fuel injectors, there is no need to replace them. They have nothing to do with the fuel smell of the oil. If you feel you need new injectors, they will cost around $50.00 each. Your temperature guage will probably work if you replace the Coolant Temperature Sending Unit, cost is about $10.00 for the 6 cylinder engine. If, by keeping your Jeep the coolest possible, you mean the engine temperature, then maintaining and servicing the cooling system regularly will be all that is needed. Change the thermostat, drain and flush the cooling system and add the recommended quantity of a 50/50 solution of antifreeze and water. If you have an electric cooling fan, make sure it is operating properly.
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