The Cherokee has always been a heavy car, and the Jeep brand likely stands for something quite different than efficient, inexpensive transportation. Does it do this in gear moving and setting still in neutral? Conceived in the early 1960s while was owned by , the Wagoneer replaced the original , originally introduced in July 1946 and in production until the 1964 model year. To appeal more to a mainstream public, the Wagoneer got a relatively low stance and car-like manners. A shift lever mounted on the side of the transmission hump allowed the driver to shift between four-high and four-low with the vehicle moving, although the transmission had to be shifted to neutral and the vehicle had to be moving at less than 5 miles per hour to accomplish this. Despite driving much greener cars most of the time, we wanted to test the updated Cherokee to see whether its fuel economy had improved significantly. Front and rear were available for heavy-duty utility applications.
I had this problem with my 1998 Jeep Cherokee, manual transmission. I also had one incident with the check engine light coming on. On a 1993 Jeep Cherokee 4. Also in 1974, front disc brakes were introduced as standard equipment. Reducing improved the Wagoneer driving experience. Later model, low mileage, rust free Grand Wagoneers are rare and have become highly collectable with some pristine examples selling for more than their original sticker price over three decades after they rolled off the assembly line. I finally traced the oil to the oil filter mount.
Logically, the engine group did what they were told to satisfy the dealers. I've had it for a few months now. Replacing the O-rings with the same size but with 70 Durometer Viton rubber solved the leakage. Often the result of infrequent oil changes. My dealer replaced the plastic valve cover with a die cast aluminum one with no success.
Compared with offerings from , , , and — which were producing utilitarian work-oriented vehicles with spartan truck-like interiors — the Wagoneer's luxury set it apart. Depending on the season, there is a different mixture in how they make the gas. Went to have my oil changed and they recommended a body shop because they couldn't get the thing open either. You do not acquire ownership rights to any content, document or other materials viewed through the site. Has anyone had any experience with this problem and what fixed the problem? You could also see about having a good injector cleaning done.
The metal glove box door was also replaced with a plastic door featuring a woodgrain overlay. By 2003, the compression ratio had been dropped to 8. At 40-50 not so much is required, nor at idle. I've used a pair of pliers to rotate them back and forth around the plug to loosen them with pretty good luck. I don't think it has to do with the weather or my tire pressure. This was around 4 mpg less than the 2.
It really turns out to be 4 adults and maybe 1 really small child. By 1991, it was the longest running domestically produced vehicle 29 years on the same. It started out at about 17-18 mpg, but has dropped to 13-14 mpg. Standard equipment included the 360 cu in 5. I would recommend using Gunk 'Super Oil'.
This should only take a few minutes and has the advantage of exposing any othe … r things like pressure regulators, etc also in the system that may have caused a problem. The plant had been originally built in 1917. Fuel lines are not something that you would want to replace as used, they may be clogged or crimped and will probably get damaged when you are removing them. When reintroduced, the engine came with a as standard equipment, but in 1983, automatic transmissions with four-wheel drive became standard. The full Terms and Conditions of using this website and database can be found.
There were 17,254 Grand Wagoneers built in 1986. Its base engine has switched from a 2. At the factory level, a new Ingersol engine block line was installed in 1996; a new head machining line was installed later. With the V8s the primary choice among Wagoneer buyers, the 258 cu in 4. My mechanic is old school, and allowed me to watch, literally right under the truck while it was on the lift. I also… I have a '98 Jeep classic with same problem.
Karl Stolz wrote that the pressurized coolant surge tank tended to get pinhole leaks, and that there are alternatives which can work better at cooling. So we're not surprised at the updated Jeep's relatively unimpressive real-world fuel economy. American Motors improved manufacturing efficiency and lowered costs by incorporating shared components such as engines. Stanley Burton wrote: My 1992 Cherokee 4. I'm not sure what you mean shaking front to back.