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1993 Jeep Cherokee Sport 4.0L clutch VIN: 1J4FJ68S4P
I have this jeep, brought to me by the customer. It has had been to 3 other shops in the past year for a very touchy/chattering clutch. all of the other shops installed new clutches, NAPA and Carquest parts, the last shop installed a new flywheel and clutch ma...
1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4.0L front-end VIN: 1J4GZ48S9W
hello, I hope there are some jeep techs out there that have seen this before, I'm going nuts here, this jeep makes a hollow knocking noise on turns, sounds like it's in the body up front, mostly on right turns but also heard somtimes on left turns,the noise be...
1993 Plymouth Grand Voyager LE 3.3L Limp In Strategy VIN: 1P4GH54R0P
Hi All: Been in and around approx. a thousand of these 604's and this is a first for me. This one when checked with key on engine off shows no limp strategy. As soon as you start the engine, after approx 5-10 seconds without any vehicle movement it goes into l...

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1998 Jeep Cherokee Classic 4.0L No Start VIN: 1J4FT68S1W
Thanks to all that responded. It did turn out to be a crank sensor, it was shorting its 5 volts to ground as soon as I unplugged it I began to get communication. I cannot thank you all enough. It's good to know this network exists. I'm sure it will be a very u...
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