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There are several patterns of rotation for vehicles. When a vehicle has a space saver spare then patterns of side to side, cross or front to rear are applicable. As you have a full size spare then that can be included in the rotation and is what I would consider normal. See The patterns for all these with details can be found here : Tire swapping ...


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Looks fairly normal perhaps slightly high of the tooth centreline. What are the issues that make you think you have a problem...


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It doesn't sound like it's likely you have any lasting damage as you didn't run out of coolant, it just got low and you caught it fairly early. It could be a straightforward coolant leak from a hose or a lose connection, however, since you said it's near the idler pulley it's very possible it's the water pump. The pump may have failed or it may be the gasket,...


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Two things come to mind: The cabin air filter is faulty and causing the noise. Something has fallen into the defroster vents and is now causing an issue. You can probably pull the fan out and take a look, but it will take a little digging to get to it. Something is interfering with it, that's for sure. The bottom of the blower motor looks something like ...


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Whether you will be able to repair this depends on the part. If this is a stud that is inserted into the part and has sheared, you can likely drill it out and use a Screw Extractor to remove the left in part (use lots of penetrating fluid too). This would require you to then find an appropriate stud to replace it with. If it is not a stud, you will have ...


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The conversion is a do-able DIY project. The easiest method is a donor vehicle or purchasing a kit. Most of the off road on-line suppliers offer kits. You will need to read some user reviews to determine which kit best fits your needs. The price range is from $300 to $700. Some kits are more complete than others. The Parking brake will work in the same ...


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Judging from the fact that there are no rear brake rotors available for a 1998 Jeep Wrangler 2.5, I'd have to say that you must have drum brakes in the rear.


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According to this website you can use: Power Steering Fluid +4 (If unavailable ATF+4 is Acceptable) Searching through things, it's the Grand Cherokee which requires the different power steering fluid and cannot use the ATF+4. This is due to it being an electric pump and supplying pressure to the cooling fan (or some such). The fluid used in the GC has ...


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The heat should be there as soon as your engine gets warm, however long that takes. In an average car (is there such a think), I'd guessedamate that to be in the 3-5 minute range once the vehicle has started moving, or about 10 minutes if it's just idling (this also depends on how cold it is outside ... cold-cold, it'll take longer ... just chilly, not near ...


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Fuses are there to protect from runaway electrical currents that can damage components or start a fire, if you have a fuse repeatedly blowing then there's a short in your electrical system. A wire has gotten stripped and is touching ground (your car's frame is ground) or a component has failed internally and is allowing a run-away current. If the fuse ...


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If the coil is firing at all, there shouldn't be an issue. Carefully double check your spark plug wire locations (firing order). It would be very easy to have them in the wrong locations. Check each spark plug wire from the cap all the way to the plug; don't assume it's going to the right place, ensure it is. This would lead to what you're describing ...


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2003 owner and non-mechanic. Had an issue where high beams worked but only the passenger side low beam would work. How to diagnose and fix? Take out both headlights and swap to see if you get the same result. When testing you don't need to re-install them just plug them in. Taking them out is easy to do and you can have them both out in under 10 ...


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