2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee Questions
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this occurs 9 out of 10 times. when I press the brake pedal and hear a little "click", I can then shift it out of park.
The engine seized, probably due to low oil pressure. I need cost ballparks.
Car won't start one day and then the next day it does start. Car is not reliable and I'm worried I will be stranded.
The alert comes on earlier than it should. I use Mobil 1 which gives me more time between oil changes.
Suspect circulation door(s). How do I access door(s)? Dealer replaced once already. Is there a better part than original?
Happens once in awhile, 2 times in 3 weeks.
the console tells me to service 4 wd system
I took it in for a tune up. When I got it back it had this problem. There are no codes showing no engine light displayed. It's occurs intermittently rather I'm driving 30 or 60 any ideas
i refilled the AC gas and compressor oil and i checked if there is any leak in the AC gas and there is no leak.
i tried the DTC MODE - MTC SYSTEM and i also disconnected the battery and still having the same problem.
when i refilled the AC gas, for a week the passenger side was O.K. but still not like the driver side.
looking forward for your assistant.
Problem seems to cycle - driving along, suddenly the check engine light comes on along with the electronic throttle control warning light, as the temp gauge drops to zero - which triggers the Check Gauges warning light to come on. Drive more, stop a few times, ETC light goes off, temp gauge starts working again. Check engine light stays on for a while, then goes off. Some miles/hours later, cycle repeats. No indication of trouble in engine behavior, sound, etc. Tried replacing gas cap (2x). Dealer replaced thermostat. Still going on. Any ideas?
code is p013c
it just started the other day i dont know why my esp light is on my obs light is on and oi need to know why