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2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee @ 46,150 MILES I had the AC on at high on a three hour drive, and suddenly the fan stop blowing. While the outside temp was 96 degrees fahrenheit. I never had any problems with my fan/ac/heating system since I purchased the car new from jeep. It is day two and the fan has not come back on, right now I'm waiting to take the car ...


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You didn't mention checking the ball joints (which are usually greasable) which are at the top and bottom of the knuckle or the U-joints on the axle shafts. Those are the most likely candidates.


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Your Jeep is equipped with aftermarket tires, not stock tires. If you search for tires based on the vehicle type, you won't find anything, and the 2005 Wrangler (TJ) was never offered with 16" rims. Don't search by vehicle type, search by tire size. There are several manufacturers that sell tires in this size. I run Yokohamas and Mickey Thompsons, both in ...


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A quick search states that Maxxis manufacture a type known as the Creepy Crawler M8090 in 35x12.5 R16. I would assume other manufacturers produce similar tyres in the same size. Within the UK, there are a number of these available. Searching Amazon just for the tyre size (search criteria "35/12.50R16") turned up an alternative compatible product, a "Super ...


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Calculate it yourself: If you have a full 66Ah battery, it will be drained within 66Ah/22A=3h. BUT: A battery degrades over time, after a few years, the capacity isn't 66Ah any more. An almost empty battery isn't capable to deliver the same max. current as a full battery. If it's almost empty, you could have problems staring your motor. This is even more ...


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Neither of those diagrams would work the way you want them to. In diagram one power never reaches the lights as up to pin 86 is grounded. In diagram two power reaches the lights, but pin 86 is never grounded so the coil never closes. Try this. 85 and 86 are dependent on how the reverse light circuit works. If the circuit is normally grounded this ...


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You can't do that either way you tried. You need power +86 from the reverse wire, and a suitable ground path +85 for the other side of the coil. You'll have to add wire and find bare metal or another ground wire somewhere. The coil provides a resistance, such that very little current flows through it. This is why the reverse lights didn't come on in the ...



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