Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I need to know how to remove the sensor that is located on top of my drivers side shock, so i can replace the front shock? The sensor is located on a plastic cylinder that sits on top of the threaded portion of the shock. I have tried just gently pulling up on the sensor and that did not work.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a removable radiator support brace at the top.There are 4 nuts that hold it on. One of them also holds the battery retainer on so you need to remove that as well.You also need to remove the coolant recovery bottle transfer hose from the brace. It is sometimes a good idea to remove the fans too as they are close to the rad and they can damage the rad if you touch the fans.If I forgot something just post me back..
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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Did you support the vehicle on a lift and run it, with wheels engaged?
Since you have changed all the usual suspects, Have you checked the hub bearings? It could be that, or, something stupid like a backing plate hitting a rotor.
Regarding the cat/o2 sensor thing. Cats do go bad, so do o2 sensors but, generally a code for an o2 sensor indicates a problem elsewhere, causing a lean or rich condition in the exhaust pipe, beyond the parameters of the o2 sensor. PS: check warranty on cat. generally it runs longer than many other components.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
If you have a impact you can try spinning it until it snaps.I'm not sure how much clearance you have .Is there enough above the nut for a vise-grip.More than likely you will have to smack it with a hammer (bend it back and forth),not sure if there is room to put a nut slitter on it.Or hack saw it off if you are limmited on tools.
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
Pry the plastic clip off where it attaches to the rod and you should be able to pull the rod out from the hole leaving the clip in the hole.
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
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