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Can anyone tell me the correct way to set the distributor and rotor on my 95 grand Cherokee orvis 5.2 when replacing with a new one?

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SOURCE: RELACING WHEEL BEARINGS IN A 95 JEEP GRAND

Front wheel bearings can be done at home rear wheel bearings will require a hydraulic press and an axle puller. Either job can be difficult depending on amount of rust and availability of tools. The front wheel bearings are an assembly and once the jeep is up on jack stands, with the tires, brake calipers, and rotors removed, it is only a matter of removing the axle nut and 3 bolts (which can be difficult depending on rust) holding in the old bearing assembly

Posted on Feb 22, 2009

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SOURCE: cant get the jeep to fire

Unplug the injectors, and shoot starting fluid in it to see if that helps any. Pull the plugs to see if they are gas fowled if this doesn't start it up briefly.

Posted on Mar 30, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Jeep Grand Cherokee Orvis (1991). My

Thank you for your email. I went elsewhere and found satisfaction without having to explain further. The reason I did was because the reply I got from you was not very nice. I didn't really appreciate the attitude. Sorry.

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SOURCE: I've lost the keys to a '95 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Yes, you can take your photo ID and your proof of registration to the dealer. They can cut new keys by looking up the key code for your vehicle.

Posted on Feb 13, 2011

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SOURCE: How can u tell if your distributor cap n rotor is good on a 93 jeep grand Cherokee laredo

start your jeep at night,let it run to warm up,have someone rev it a little,pop the hood and check for sparks!

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