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This is a very old post, but wanted to put in my two cents for anyone who ran across it later. I have to disagree with the previous post. For the notorious oil pump failures I have owned 4 Jeep Cherokee's with the 4.0L engine, 2 that I ran well over 200,000 miles and none of them ever had an oil pump failure. On the oil pressure, I was looking in ... Read More
Id like to know if a 1991 jeep cherokee laredo tranny and rear end would fit into a 1994 jeep grand cherokee laredo. How would i test the tranny or the rear end to find out which is the one to replace?
The 4.0L I6 engines are notorious for oil pump failures. If your oil pressure gets below 30 pounds at idle then you have a bad oil pump. By the way, your Jeep takes 10W30 oil (don't listen to people who tell you to put in 10W40 or synthetic!) If I were you I would sell it due to signs of neglect.
I just bought a 91 Jeep Cherokee Laredo, 4.0L 6cyl, 168,000, no rust, no paint chipping, just a little front fender dent and a end piece of the back bumper being loose...The engine sounds strong, from what I can tell, not that I know a whole lot about motors. I know it has an oil leak, most likely the valve gasket (?). But I had a few questions about other stuff ... Read More
Thanks for the input. It's a 1991 Jeep Cherokee Larado, straight 6, 4-wheel drive. It wasn't going too fast, around 35 or so. Stupid move, I know. Either way, I understand what you're saying. I didn't have it checked as it didn't do anything other than make a noise every now and then but you are right. It will get worse and worse and could cause damage to other things which ... Read More
Anybody know how to bypass the neutral safety switch on a 1991 Jeep Cherokee. It is a 6 cylinder. I just need to do it for a short time until I get a break in the weather so I can replace it. Thanks, Zack
I am looking for the lower shifter boot to fit a 1991 Cherokee Laredo, 5 speed. The boot I am looking for is the one UNDER the console that bolts to the floorboard. Can anyone tell me where I can find a new one?
I have checked the fuses under the dash and in the relay box, but I'm not quite sure how to check for a loose ground though.
Have you checked the fuses? What about looking for a loose ground?
My headlights won't work at all. I've changed both bulbs, had the switch replaced and tried pulling the codes to find the problem to no avail. When I turn on the headlights the dash lights for the blinkers and the brights come on but the headlights and front blinkers do nothing. Help!!!
I have a 1991 jeep cherokee with the straight 6 cyl, 4.0L engine. A friend power washed the engine and since then I have been having problems. It shifts at 3,000 rpm between first and second and not too bad into 3rd. Sometimes it shifts into overdrive and sometimes it doesn't. It has also started idling between 2,000 and 2,500 rpm. Since it was time for a tune up I change ... Read More
I too am having a silmilar problem with a 1991 Jeep Cherokee 4.0 L 4X4, After checking the alternator and finding it good I still can not get the system to charge. I also thought of bypassing the computer with a standard voltage regulator. I would appericate any help you also might be able to porvide if you get an answer to your problem. Email me if you can help at ... Read More
Yeah, anything you can do or learn to do will save you some major bucks. I bought the Goodyear Gatorback serp. belt at Autozone for around $30 and put it on our 2000 Sport in 10 minutes or less, wasn't to worn, but had over 80,000 miles on it so better safe than sorry. My wife got me the Jeep/Chrysler ASE service manual for the 2000 Cherokees, it has more information ... Read More