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1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee Questions

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I have 1995 jeep grand Cherokee 4.0l 6 cylinder 4 wheel drive quad trac automatic.it stars up perfectly fine without missing a beat. it has no problem switching gears and all my fluids are filled. the check engine light or any light isn't on however it will accelerate over 15mph please help me what could be the problem
Got a 88 honda crx with a 92 put in it. car starts and idols real rough then dies in a matter of seconds. Friends thought they could fix it but weather and priorities got in the way. Engine is in just needs to be wired up right and radiator put in. Couple thing bolted down and new motor mount put in. I have fluids mount and radiator already. Just want an estimate on the price of labor i should expect.
car speed does not change as rpms rev intermittently
shaft out it drive ok seems to do when it warms up like trans jumpin in an out gear ??
Window motor stopped working. I can not free the motor to get it out of the hole in bottom of the door. It is still connected to the track
Both axels are making clunking sounds when making close turns and lock up
not repaired what could be the results
if not repaired what could be the results
Its not a tire type shake,more like drive train, I've rebuilt front end, new fr drive shaft, u joints in rear drive shaft, any suggestions
battery drains overnight clock resets while driving
battery drains overnight clock resets while driving
it jumps back to 45psi till i hit the gas again. in the morning time when it has sat all night it runs great as soon as it warms up it starts all over again. please help
There also is a crunching sound if we make a left turn then have to turn right shortly after. What is the most common fix for something like this?
oil is all over the tranmission
how much to replace a transfer case?
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