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That code is for a brake light switch problem, it wont cause a no start condition.

2006 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Oct 26, 2014


5.7

is covered in the FSM.
or alldata.com
or here
5.7, just the removal, ill presume putting it back is SOP (easy for you)
FSM excerpted.
  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the precautions section.
  2. Disconnect negative battery cable.
  3. Drain coolant.
  4. Remove serpentine belt.
  5. Remove fan clutch assembly.
  6. Remove coolant fill bottle.
  7. Disconnect washer bottle wiring and hose.
  8. Remove fan shroud assembly.
  9. Remove A/C compressor and generator brace.
  10. Remove idler pulleys.
  11. Remove belt tensioner assembly.
  12. Remove upper and lower radiator hoses.
  13. Remove heater hoses.
  14. Remove water pump mounting bolts and remove pump.

see real FSM or alldata.com for 15 bucks.

https://www.techauthority.com/en-US/Pages/Home.aspx
click jeep.

2006 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Oct 21, 2014


I had this same thing happen to me in a Buick Lesabre. It ended up being the blower relay. There was 2 relays for the blower motor. One was called the high blower relay which controlled the high speed. The one that fixed the problem was the blower relay that powered up all the other speeds. I hope this helps.

2006 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Oct 14, 2014


same as on all cars.
ever read a book on car repair?
is this your first time?
no engine stated ,.
to the generic, youtube this 1000s of examples...


1: remove the Neg battery lug and tie it back.
2: gain access to the starter, (jack stands work)
3: remove those wires.
4: remove those bolts at the base of starter.
5: bam it's out.

or RTM?
page 8F -40 , covers this. in the FSM
https://www.techauthority.com/en-US/Pages/Home.aspx


2006 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Sep 26, 2014


you messed up the switch. there.

2006 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Sep 19, 2014


wow you post a noun, only.? sure the cell phone died.
post a real question starting with
who can....
what
where
why,
when is
how to remove, find, fix , diagnose, buy, or ? like that.

2006 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Sep 19, 2014


Yes they do appear to go to the same place but it isn't. Water comes out of the engine from one hose and returns to the engine on the other.
Attached link shows how to flush a heater core on a jeep. It doesn't really identify which hose is which but I would guess the the smaller hose comes from the engine and larger one returns it to the engine.
Because the water from the engine is under pressure and the return is under less pressure and larger to allow full flow.
2003 Jeep Liberty 3 7L Flushing the Heater Core

The second link shows the thermostat housing that the other ends of the hoses connect to.
How To Install Replace Engine Coolant Thermostat and Housing 3 7L 2002...

2006 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Sep 15, 2014


same answer for all cars made.
open glove box, and read the operators guide.
bingo.
now you dont need to post this every 7000 miles.

2006 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Sep 07, 2014


open glove box.
then extract the operators guide,
read the page on service, ITS THERE.
lost it, get it before its drops off list in 2017
http://www.jeep.com/en/owners/manuals/

down load it and keep it. so you can read it next time stranded.
be like boy scout. be ready.

2006 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Sep 06, 2014


switch bad.
or maladjusted, the FSM shows steps, no FSM?

2006 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Aug 07, 2014


need more info like under what conditions, how quickly it starts and how fast the temp rises. in the mean time, check coolant/water level and color, thermostat, blocked hoses and air flow to radiator.

2006 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Aug 03, 2014


which system?
we cant guess what is In YOUR CAR, ever.
you must SAY. or RTM, in the glove box.
and why are you using 4wd on dry pavement, now>?


4WD: Select-Trac (or older Select-Drive has a slip coupling too, NP129/229) is AWD in that, "the "4Hi" setting the drive shafts were coupled together using a viscous-type coupler " this anti wind up slipper"
Watch out for exception 1: Select-Trac NP228 based jeeps, it does not have a viscous-type limited-slip coupling. It was used briefly in 1986.
Quada-Trac is full time 4WD (not in lock mode) has a real center differential to shift torque between front and rear. This is the best system , not just a slip clutch as above. Then went BACK to the slipper in 1980. (odd huh?) Up to 1998.
Quadra-Trac-II "4-All Time", "N" or neutral, and "4-Lo". In "4-All Time", torque is applied to the rear wheels under normal driving conditions.
If the rear axle starts rotating at a significantly higher rate than the front axle, hydraulic pressure builds up in the gerotor oil pump and causes the clutch pack, to progressively transfer torque to the front axle, until both axles return to the same speed
Quadra-Trac I was introduced in 2004-10, same as above but is automatic with no driver controls ,like above.
The Quadra-Drive system was introduced in 1999 and is based on the Quadra-Trac II system but adds limited slip differentials (the best full time system ,with great traction to all wheels all the time) 1999 to 04.
Quadra-Drive-II has electronic limited slip differentials or ELSDs 2005 up.

2006 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Aug 01, 2014


are you on dirt? or pavement...????????????????????????
we cant answer until you answer what 4wd option you have.
if that makes no sense, then read the operators guide,
it tells you what's there and how to use it.
read that first, then ask questions,?
and if Part time 4wd?, it';s not to be used on dry pavement only ICE.

eg:

4WD: Select-Trac (or older Select-Drive has a slip coupling too, NP129/229) is AWD in that, "the "4Hi" setting the drive shafts were coupled together using a viscous-type coupler " this anti wind up slipper"
Watch out for exception 1: Select-Trac NP228 based jeeps, it does not have a viscous-type limited-slip coupling. It was used briefly in 1986.
Quada-Trac is full time 4WD (not in lock mode) has a real center differential to shift torque between front and rear. This is the best system , not just a slip clutch as above. Then went BACK to the slipper in 1980. (odd huh?) Up to 1998.
Quadra-Trac-II "4-All Time", "N" or neutral, and "4-Lo". In "4-All Time", torque is applied to the rear wheels under normal driving conditions.
If the rear axle starts rotating at a significantly higher rate than the front axle, hydraulic pressure builds up in the gerotor oil pump and causes the clutch pack, to progressively transfer torque to the front axle, until both axles return to the same speed
Quadra-Trac I was introduced in 2004-10, same as above but is automatic with no driver controls ,like above.
The Quadra-Drive system was introduced in 1999 and is based on the Quadra-Trac II system but adds limited slip differentials (the best full time system ,with great traction to all wheels all the time) 1999 to 04.
Quadra-Drive-II has electronic limited slip differentials or ELSDs 2005 up.

2006 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Aug 01, 2014


check that the actuator is getting power/vacuum to work

2006 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Aug 01, 2014


id did it wrong and you ask use what that means.
its Brakes, no latte's
its a seal, and is required,
my guess is it will leak and nobody will notice and 10 folks will be killed.
or you see the leak and go , gee, i messed up.
on some cars the hose is tapered. ok
others is a straight thread, and the copper seal is serious as a heart attack..

2006 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Jul 22, 2014

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