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Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT-8, Jeep Cherokee, SUV
#82 of 448 Re: Knocking and sqeeking noises in rear [tcrist]
May 22, 2007 (10:13 pm)
I will check into that additive. The noises started before the shock replacement. I know about that OEM shock clopping causer. I have always had the rear diff serviced at the Jeep dealer I bought it from and just assumed they knew what they were doing. I guess once again I may have learned about what you get when you assume. They were the same cats who told me my clogged transmission screen's humming noise on my old 1994 Cherokee was a bad serpintine belt. They just guess a lot. They say never to change the AW4's transmission screen....WRONG!!!
Thanks a bunch. I will be so stoked if that was the issue, but very sad if my rear diff is damaged due to so much misdiagnosing.
#83 of 448 Air Induction Systems
May 25, 2007 (9:03 pm)
Does anyone recommend any particular air induction system to improve my 2000 Cherokee's gas mileage and performance? She has the excellent 4.0L engine and AW-4 transmission. She's running fine and has 91,000 miles on her, but I like the Jeep so much I would like her to breath as good as possible. Bought the Jeep brand new and have never regretted a minute of having her.
I heard the Air Raid system is good and the AEM Brute Force is good and the K&N FIPT system is good. Does anybody have one of these replacing their stock 2000 Jeep Cherokee air cleaner system? I'd like to know how they really work on a 2000 Jeep with the 4.0L engine only. I know they work differently on other mills.
#84 of 448 Jeep Cherokee Squealing ... please help!
May 05, 2007 (11:02 am)
#85 of 448 please help...im going crazy
Feb 08, 2007 (5:35 pm)
I don't have a lot of money to take this some where and have it checked and not know what it is and then have some bastard stick it to me on some carap so here it goes any help would be so so appreciated I have looked every where to figure this out, so ok here it goes
car starts fine runs fine for about 5-10 minutes then all the sudden this loud squilling starts whenever i am idle. When im on the gas.. sound stops! i have replaced the serpentine belt already...not that sounds like its coming right from the genral area of the serpentine belt...car is a 2001 grand jeep cherokee.
Any help would be much appreciate it thank you!!
#86 of 448 Belt Maybe??
May 04, 2007 (11:49 pm)
Double check the tension on the belt. Had the same issue after changing my belt and thought I had the tension pully tight enough against the belt. Took it to the dealer and they tightened the tension even more to were the belt has almost zero slack.
#87 of 448 Re: please help...im going crazy [callen41586]
May 05, 2007 (11:02 am)
could be the tensioner bering this is a auto adjust item and has marks on it to tell if belt is ok
maybe wrong belt?
when all is right belt is tight and i mean tight
#88 of 448 Jeep Cherokee Classic - rattle/vibration near the middle to rear of Jeep
Apr 24, 2007 (10:17 am)
#89 of 448 Jeep Cherokee Classic - rattle/vibration near the middle to rear of Jeep
Feb 14, 2007 (1:13 pm)
I have a 2000 Jeep Cherokee Classic 4x4 with the 4L engine. I have a rattle/vibration that appears to be coming from the middle to rear of the Jeep. It develops when the Jeep is stopped and in drive. When I step on the gas, the rattle/vibration disappears. It doesn't matter if it is cold or hot outside, it always is there. If I put the Jeep in reverse or park, the rattle/vibration is not as pronounced. I have had the Jeep into several shops and no one can seem to locate it. It is not the exhaust, drive-train or transfer case that is rubbing or loose. Has anyone else had this problem or have any suggestions?
#90 of 448 Re: Jeep Cherokee Classic - rattle/vibration near the middle to rear of Jeep [brianpharmd]
Feb 14, 2007 (3:00 pm)
have them check flex plate bolts to the converter poss they are loose
#91 of 448 Re: Jeep Cherokee Classic - rattle/vibration near the middle to rear of Jeep [tuggajb]
Mar 28, 2007 (11:19 pm)
What do you mean by this the "flex plate bolts to the converter poss " where is this located? I'm not familiar with this. Thank you for any help???