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Don't know hwere to write reply to answers but the jeep has been checked for misfires and has never misfired????I'll ask about compression test can't help but wonder though about the bad wire

the stud on the ball joint is turning clear thru is this normal

DOOR WILL STILL OPEN FROM THE OUTSIDE BUT BUTTON IS VERY HARD TO PUSH, TAKES DOTH THUMBS AND AN EXTREME AMOUNT OF PRESSURE
I AM DISABLED DUE TO MY HEART AND CANNOT USE MY TRUCK IN THIS CONDITION. I AM ABLE TO FIX IT IF I KNEW WHAT TO DO THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP

want go in reverse and want roll back in neutral

the rod in the middle of the spring on the left frontside seems to be broken and is causing chunking sound

How hard is it to do ?

was told I would need to replace the timing cover with valve and the cover gasket. How would I know if this repair is necessary?

Due to a small oil leak detected during a minor service, the repair man advised I should change the timing cover with valve and the cover gasket.

it connects all the hoses between the radiator, thermostat, heater core,

dont know what tool i need to remove oil filter cap?

I need to add power steering fluid don't know where it makes a noise when turning.

I have a trouble code for an intake gasket. Can a normal mechanic reset it? Or do I have to go the the hated dealer...again?

This fastener looks like a special multi-contact nut. I'm hesitant to put tension on it with a standard socket for fear it will shear or round off.

its all coming out the over flow hose, besides that everything seems good and it runs good.

Sometimes when I flip the turn signal switch it comes on, flashes a few times and then stops. Every now and then (but not as much as the turn signals) the cruise control does the same thing. The turn signal problem has gotten progressively worse over the last weeks and now most of the time they don't work at all. Help! I'm not a mechanic, but I can follow explicit directions.