2005 Jeep Wrangler Questions

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When you reach 50 mph there is a noise that sounds like the speedometer cable binding up.
When turning the Jeep on the check engine light stays on when running and there is a small port in the firewall on the left side facing the Jeep and water is slowly drip drip drip out of it and when idling there is a slight increase in the rpm every seven to nine seconds and at same time there is also an audible single click every seven to nine seconds.
mine was running about 198 and now has started to run around 210. Is this normal for the 2.5?
DGIII scanner finds no other codes behind the 0700 code. As you stated in your article can it be a defective temp coolent sensor?
Jeep stalls random at idle and running down the road ad there is no trend to when it stalls. Replaced CPS as this is the most common error. Stopped receiving CEL but still stalls? Did wiggle check back to the PCM and not getting a stall until I get ot the PCM and push on the connectors. Could this be the issue or is the PCM rated for an impact and will stop the vehicle? Any help in this area is appreciated.
Before the computer was replace I also had the check engine light throwing sensor codes. The overdrive had also been turning on and off on its own. The shop had my jeep for over 3 weeks. I have had it back for a week and now this starts up. Its is a jeep wrangler unlimited with a straight 6 motor, automatic with 4 wheel drive. I don't want to have to put it back in the shop for weeks on end. Any thoughts would be appreciated.
Check engine light comes on and stays on. When Barrera is disconnected light goes off and stays off until jeep is driven a distance of thirty or more miles at higher speed.
Reversed the process, but moved the drive shaft ...lined up shaft were I thought it was. All together now, tried to move in reverse, will not shift in reverse(MANUEL TRANSMISSION)..
i cannot find where the switch commutateur interruptor location on a 2005 jeep wrangler any help will be deeply humble
driving home from work ,had to get towed home
It is on a 2005 jeep wrangler x.
looks to me like the blower motor has failed or the fan switch has failed. Wiring diagram shows a blower motor relay but I can't find it? I have changed the 40 and 10 amp fuses even though they were not bad.
the shifter moves freely up and down, but does not shift into gear
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