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Jeep Grand Cherokee, Electrical, SUV
Jan 24, 2013 (1:06 pm)
I am getting these codes ( P0320 - P0340 ) when using a scanner to check the engine light. I have already ordered the new sensors seeing as they are quite inexpensive. Should I replace one at a time to see if one is causing them both? How easy are they to replace?
#686 of 735 2002 Jeep Cherokee
Jan 28, 2013 (6:44 am)
Here ya go . Watch cylinder head with 0331 casting . Just had to replace at 130,000 miles . Heater core blew too ! Yeah big bucks for both , big buck ! Blinkers also have a problem with the relay . Pneumatic openers for hood and rear hatch door are bad . Just a few things that are true of this vehicle . Seems the whole cooling heating system has issues from what I have read . New head gasket, new cylinder head, new heater core, new radiator , what else can go wrong ?
#687 of 735 Electric Gremlins
Feb 06, 2013 (9:07 am)
Hello all- looking for some suggestions; we have a 2012 GC Overland, we have had it for about a year and are around 16k miles. Oddly some random electric glitches have plagued us.
1. The Bluetooth is horrible; connectivity to my wife’s i-phone is inconsistent. She gets in the car, if she gets or makes a call, the call always starts out on the headset and then in a minute or so switches over to the car. Once connected, the noise/sound quality is a joke. I can barely understand her when I am on the phone with her.
2. The “EZ exit” seat feature stopped working for almost two months (we checked to make sure feature was activated). Then randomly it started working again and has been fine since.
3. The radio pre sets for “memory 2” will randomly get wiped out
So for the above, as they were minor problems, we have not returned to the dealer. Then this week, while my wife is driving the rear glass hatch (not the lift gate) will randomly release. She then has to pull over and close it. This happened 12 times between Monday and Tuesday. We have an appointment scheduled for Friday, but my guess is that they wont be able to replicate any of these issues as they are “random”
Has anyone else experienced any of these issues or have any solutions?
#688 of 735 Re: fuse problem?? [sexy_redneck]
Feb 15, 2013 (7:28 pm)
my name is eric kinney i am having the same problem did u get yours fixed?is so what was it ?
#690 of 735 grand cherokee 54 reg electrical problem
Feb 27, 2013 (1:30 pm)
front sidelights stopped working then passenger side windows stopped working now no central locking anyone please help
#691 of 735 ONE CATASTROPHE AFTER ANOTHER
Mar 06, 2013 (9:57 pm)
I have a 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo, Automatic, 2WD, the vehicle starts up perfectly but then instantly dies. Not a sputter nothing it's like it just loses spark. The power works fine, the dash lights come on, no problem, automatic & manual head lights work great so far. Power windows and door locks work,my interior lights work. Gas light comes on, but there's gas in the jeep. None of the gauges move at all. After trying to start it multiple times there is no sort of clicking from inside my vehicle like when my alternator went out & my battery kept dying. I recently replaced the alternator 2 days ago. I replaced transmission catalytic converter, muffler, & major tune up 6 weeks ago.
I was driving the jeep earlier, but 20 minutes later, it starts up for a milli~second, then shut down. I've checked the battery cables & clamps, there completely in tact & tightened.
Any suggestions? Other than, get rid of it & get a new car
!!! PLEASE HELP!!!
#692 of 735 Re: ONE CATASTROPHE AFTER ANOTHER [karma90]
Mar 06, 2013 (10:32 pm)
this may sound crazy now it worked for me go to passenger side of the car take the key and lock and un lock it several times then open the passenger door and get in and start the car it should stop it did for us hope it helps
#693 of 735 Re: ONE CATASTROPHE AFTER ANOTHER [karma90]
Mar 07, 2013 (3:57 am)
While you were replacing the muffler, did you also check the Oxy Sensors? My Jeep did what you describe and the problem was one of the Oxy Sensors wasn't working.
#694 of 735 Re: ONE CATASTROPHE AFTER ANOTHER [karma90]
Mar 07, 2013 (8:16 am)
I have a 93 and it could be the security system since it will act like that so you can not steal the car. If you lock and then unlock the drivers side it might fix the problem. My only other experience with not starting and running is a bad coil. Easy to replace....made a huge difference in how it ran too. Ours had 150,000 miles so it gave a good life.