Yes I have a 1992 jeep cherokee and when i drive it it will drive but it won't want to like go the speed limit the guy i bought it off from said it might be the transmission filter if you could get back to me it be wonderful
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It sounds like your blend doors are broken. As it turns out, this is a VERY common problem with grand cherokees. My father and I fixed this problem on my 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4.7 about 2 months ago using a product called Heater Treater, found here: http://www.heatertreater.net/
Trust me, this REALLY works and a lot of Jeep Grand Cherokee owners, including myself, have done this. YOU WON'T HAVE TO REMOVE YOUR DASHBOARD, as the repair is done by simply removing your glove box. The downside is that you will lose Dual Climate Control, as the driver side thermostat will now control both sides. For me, it was worth it. Only spending about $150 for a Do-It-Yourself solution, versus spending about $1000 to have a mechanic remove my dashboard to fix it.
well the first thing i would suggest is you take a look at its thermostat that could be over regulating hot air from flowing tothe heater if thats not got any major effect then have you been using an anti freeze formula for your engin coolant , because if not then it means the hot water pipes to your heater are blocked thank you.... if this was to benefit to you pease return the favour with a posetive rating
this is quit normal in an old cars electrical wiring , there could be a short circuit in the wiring wich could be caused by a bunch of tied together wires hat have melted and are noe bonded together . which inturn causes your fuses to blow every time you plug them in ............ thank you
if you can hear the motor(fan) spinning, check the linkage that controls which vents are open, also check for a vacuum leak as the vacuum hoses on a jeep that old go out frequently and many times control the switching for the heater/defrost/ac. your first thing to do will be to grab a manual for this jeep and check the actual location of the heater/vent/ac fan. there is always the chance that the fan slipped off the motor (usually doesn't happen, but the circlips have been known to fail)
have you tried it in any other position? ie: vent or ac
look at engin makes from , dodge and cvhrysler but i would suggest you look for the chrysler voyeger lx model engin since they are simmilar in engin capacity . if that doesnt work out try converting a similar chgeaper engin , i know it sounds complicated but its really easy i did it on my vw golf , its all about the gearbox joining the engin and getting the engin moutains in place thats where the challenge is other than that its easy and convinient ...... thank you please return the favour
easist fix is to visit a car junkyard and find a 94 jeep cherokee (or close to same year). remove the tube and pay the junkyard dog on the way out. Chances are the tube in the junkyard may also be developing a hole, so carefully inspect it before settling. Many tubes on cars today are metal that are covered in plastic. To remove it, keep in mind that it was installed at the factory, so removal is just the reversal. Look for a swivel connector at one end of tube (or both ends). This swivel connector is identified by a hexagonal "nut" and a "break" immediately next to it. This is actually a compression fitting that when tightened, forces two metal surfaces against each other that are tapered inside (look for this taper once removed). Now using an open-ended wrench, turn the nut loose while holding back rotation on the tube.