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Feb
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comment Disc brake damage, how can it happen?
The worst disc damage I've ever had was when I'd totally burned out the pads on one brake, then what was left just ground the disc until it was paper-thin and snapped off the hub.
Dec
22
comment CEL 12, 21, and 55 on '94 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Worked for me. Thanks.
Nov
29
comment Permanent fix to AC drain clogging in '94 Jeep Grand Cherokee?
So, we're effectively saying "Yes, that's a bad place for the exhaust port. You'd better jury-rig a good force-field in front of it."?
Nov
29
comment Permanent fix to AC drain clogging in '94 Jeep Grand Cherokee?
But then, wouldn't that just be changing the location of the clog to wherever the mesh screen is put?
Nov
29
revised Permanent fix to AC drain clogging in '94 Jeep Grand Cherokee?
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Nov
29
comment Permanent fix to AC drain clogging in '94 Jeep Grand Cherokee?
No picture, but I believe it is the same issue discussed here: mechanics.stackexchange.com/a/2330/78
Nov
29
revised Permanent fix to AC drain clogging in '94 Jeep Grand Cherokee?
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Nov
28
asked Permanent fix to AC drain clogging in '94 Jeep Grand Cherokee?
Nov
28
comment Sloshing Sound Under Dash
This makes sense for my case also, as I do currently have the "draining into the carpet" problem.
Nov
28
comment Key cycling to determine cause of check engine light
Autozone and similar generally won't read codes for OBD-I systems. At least, that's how it is in my area.
Nov
28
comment Key cycling to determine cause of check engine light
Can't vouch for Ford or others, but this also works on a '94 Jeep Grand Cherokee. It may just be a Dodge thing though, since they make Jeep as well.
Nov
12
comment Sloshing Sound Under Dash
I think I may have a similar issue in my '94 Jeep Grand Cherokee. For me, there's no real consistency to when it happens, but I've been wondering what it is. I'd call the sound more of a "flushing" than "sloshing" - as if the liquid is being made to move, not just loosely flowing around.
Nov
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Jul
28
comment wavering speedometer
Mine doesn't waver nearly as much, but I've got a similar-ish issue in my '96 Mark VIII. In that case, the speedometer is also off by about +4 MPH in that speed range.
Jul
22
comment Best way to diagnose and fix a shifter that sticks in park?
@ManiacZX - The line you quoted from the Wiki is actually the reverse of what you've posted. The Wiki quote, in short, says apply the e-brake and then the "pawl" (by shifting into park). Your answer suggests shifting, then putting down the e-brake.
Jul
14
comment Which O2 sensor is bad?
@clifgriffin - I'd consult a Haynes/Chiltons manual to find out where Cylinder 1 is, and that'll give you front/back since your engine is transverse-mounted. Since Sensor 1 is before the catalytic converter, that would be considered "upstream".
Jul
14
comment Engine Size and Fuel Consumption
Also of note is that there's a lot more to factor in when considering the fuel economy of a car, than just the drivetrain. There's the weight and aerodynamic profile of the whole system, tire pressure and design, additional running accessories, etc.