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#4679 of 5133 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Jan 13, 2010 (8:48 am)
I have a 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Right before -Xmas it wouldn't start- it turned out to be the security system. It was reset. Now there is a clicking noise that is coming from around the glove compartment. The noise is there no matter if the car is running or not & no matter whether the key is in the ignition or not- it still makes the noise. I was wondering what this could possibly be and how to get it to stop making the noise? Thanks for any help.
#4680 of 5133 Re: 2000 Grand Cherokee [vmayes]
Jan 13, 2010 (7:01 pm)
oil pressure could be oil pressure sender not to $$$
air in system should be able to bleed that out have bleed screw by thermostat
#4681 of 5133 fuel injector
Jan 14, 2010 (2:22 pm)
hi, i have an 03 2.7crd and i have been told to get a new set of o rings fitted to my fuel injectors, does anyone know if this is this a big job? is it possible for diy?
#4682 of 5133 Re: 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee [peachy6]
Jan 14, 2010 (3:03 pm)
It may be circuit breaker or relay that's oscillating (turning on/off repeatedly). In my 97 JGC the internal fuse panel is in the kick board underneath the glover compartment. There is also a panel in the engine compartment. They contain mostly fuses, but they have other components. If it's not there I suspect its related to air/ventilation control. These are my guesses. Otherwise you will have to trace wiring diagrams and remove suspect components.
Disconnect (-) of battery while removing or replacing components, then reconnect it to test.
#4683 of 5133 Re: fuel injector [cminch]
Jan 14, 2010 (3:46 pm)
You will have to relieve fuel pressure and probably remove the fuel rail. Get the Haynes manual.
I've done it. It's not as simple as removing a spark plug. You might have to remove a lot of stuff to get to it so take pictures before disassembly.
#4684 of 5133 Jeep Turn Signal and Flasher--95 Grand Cherokee
Jan 18, 2010 (5:25 pm)
Both turn signal and emer flashers not working...where are they located so that I may replace...have looked under driver's side dash and if they are there, they are hiding...thank you for your replies
#4685 of 5133 Re: Jeep Turn Signal and Flasher--95 Grand Cherokee [genel1]
Jan 18, 2010 (7:14 pm)
advanceauto.com has online manuals..search for flasher locations,see if either end is powered,as one side is the "out" lead that flashes..sounds like a power prob..check fuses..
--my -98 had them behind the glove box door-check owners manual,as confusing as that one is..kinda frustrating ,when most of it says"go to the dealer" for something as simple as the door remote?,guess that's what you get when a german engineer gets ahold of something..a nice car,with special-complex problems!?!
#4686 of 5133 Re: Jeep Turn Signal and Flasher--95 Grand Cherokee [genel1]
Jan 19, 2010 (8:14 am)
According to my 1997 JGC Chrysler shop manual. The flasher is in the inside fuse panel. On my car fuses are inside the kick panel below and to the right of glove box.
#4687 of 5133 Re: Jeep Turn Signal and Flasher--95 Grand Cherokee [rwengr]
Jan 23, 2010 (9:32 pm)
The fuse panel on the '93 thru '95 JGC is tough to find if you don't know what you're looking for! Open the front passenger-side door and you'll see the panel on the side of the dashboard next to the rubber seal for ducting to the side window defogger. It's only accessible with the door open.
There is also a unit under the hood that they call the "Electrical Power Distribution Center". It's located under a black snap-off cover right behind the battery. It has the fuses for mechanical systems like ABS, Engine Control Module, Ignition switch, Headlamps and Fog Lamps, A/C components, etc.
My '95 JGC owner's manual has excellent diagrams of both units and describes which particular feature(s) are tied to a specific number of fuse....the '94 should have the same.....if it has survived this long...
#4688 of 5133 Re: '95 jeep cherokee [spokenntrue]
Jan 24, 2010 (8:22 pm)
those had a recall on the fuel sending unit. try that.