20 Most Recent 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee - Page 6 Questions & Answers

what fuse number located where? photos work here,!''
with that , we can tell all possible ways.
which box, JB or PDC?
which fuse in what box. the under hood box>?
id let the other guys, Insurance fix this car, really, after all its all on his nickle. (GRIN)
this is called S100 feed.
s100 feeds the ASD and ECU. (and wires to same that can short)

fuses blow for a short, if the wire is shorted to ground
or the modules connected short.
or the wrong fuse, used, 20amp is correct not 10.


26182114-t33w3bbgpyh0vajlnsh4jf0p-5-1.jpgthis fuse in under the hood in the PDC box.
and goes only 2 places, unless car was hacked, as many are this old.

fuse blow for a short on a power feed
and if there was no fuse the the wires catch fire.
fire near fuel, is never fun.
so the fuse blows.
and is a short. to ground on the fuse that blew.
no fuse number stated,

see pdc below tell me what fuse blew using the FSM
fuse box drawing. we can work form there.easy26182114-04vedhgfugfdfyrc0edesdha-4-3.jpg

1996 Jeep Grand... | Answered on May 12, 2016

Wrong oil; bad bypass relief valve; bad gauge.

1996 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Apr 28, 2016

One of your wheel sensors are defective. Have a mechanic troubleshoot it. You can still drive without the ABS. Your regular brakes will still work.

1996 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Apr 15, 2016

My neighbor, just asked me to fix his.
today is muggy day
car has 50k on it and not tuned up.
cap is bad, rotor, wires and plugs....
there are over 50 causes but this tops the list. NO TUNEUP's done.in a decade.
it's a no start.
if cant stay running.,


lots and lots of ways,

1996 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Mar 30, 2016

working scan tool free,
wow that be hard nut to crack ,no>?
wow no engine stated, which one?> 4.0L or ? 4.7L
not 2.5l diesel; sure.

The car has EFI
and all modern EFI , diagnosis
needs a scan tool (not a useless code reader)
or autozonded same....
if you had that, we;d have facts
live data.
questions you can not answer
1: got DTCs.
2: WHAT IS LONG TERM FUEL TRIM BANK1 AND 2 IF BANK 2 EXISTS. near 0% or slammed in to +-30% rails.

3: DOES engine reach and hold 180F water temp, see ECT sensor it tells you that, scanned,
is the system holding closed loop status on both banks?

4: got pending dTC errors.
5: if you have p03xx errors P017x errors what are they and if true what is the freeze frame data.
and more.. but i stop here,

why not get car serviced at a nice ASE shop
any .

1996 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Mar 18, 2016

under-body only.check
my guess not gear lube. right>? axles/gear boxes, (a plenty)
2wd, or 4wd?
what do you want to grease, you never said.
bearings, tie-rods, ujoints etc. only>?

are you asking for ZERKS? only?
or all places on car with grease.?
are you saying just grease? and only things that must not be removed for service with grease, (like wheel bearings and splines)

The free book posted over 200 times.
chapter 0, read that? lube/maintenance?
see the 4wd exceptions?
my 2010 has none.


the map includes LUBE points.
but adds gear boxes,axle gears, GL4 and GL5 (gear lube) is lube. too
but engine oil is not lube, to 1996 books.

1993.(oldest for GC) the word LUBE is wide reaching...
i love the NUT typo.
my guess is you meant grease only
and with no disassemlbly

1996 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Mar 17, 2016

That could be caused by a few different thing's . One would be a fuel pump static pressure check valve ,located in the fuel pump module . The way to test this is to hook - up a fuel pressure gauge , turn the key on an off several times , to build fuel pressure . Then let it sit to see if the fuel pressure drops . If it drops you need a new fuel pump module . Did your mechanic use an after market or factory fuel pump ? Another cause could be an engine sensor going bad . Have to have a scan tool hooked up to check sensor data .

1996 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Mar 11, 2016

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1996 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Mar 01, 2016

wow, is it 4wd? or 4x2.?
why not get a , shop find it
a person that can hear, and lever parts. and find excess play.
and more. its human thing, no net bunny can answer .
go there, do that
and watch him work. see all that he does.
excess play its called, or excess clearances.
we find it by inspection and man handling some parts.

all you told us is clunking

moving only , only on bumps
only in turns
does so coasting? in gear and out?
or only under power, ?
can you hand bounce the front end and make noises.
can you lift a tire, and feel excess play.
can you lever joints upfront and they show excess play?
an more.

1996 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Feb 28, 2016

why not post symptoms
Easter egg hunts are for kids.
why guess then ask us to guess.
why not post the full symptoms then ask for expert diagnosis methods.
ill try to guess what's up, why not just say?

ill post the schematic and now its clear.
there are 16 drawings.
ill now guess, all windows are dead? nah(a dice toss)
and guess just drivers door dead. (lazy me)

toss 2
that switch INPUT pin12 there. is hot key on.?
if not? then problem is CB or wires bad. or fuse PDC 11 blown. (you never said other things dead too)
we use a voltmeter to check those hot pins (all tests)
on the switch first.
then the output of switch.
one pin is 0v other is 12vdc, up,
then reverses polarity down. 12 and 0v.
easy huh>? just 3 readings and bam, hard facts.
$10 meters work ok.
if you have 12vdc across the 2 motor pins up or down and motor is silent?, it's bad motor, if it growl with noise?, the window is jammed.(mechanical prob. pure)
easy no?
if you cant get 0v to the motor, (lever pushed)
that means G302 is broken, this ground.


1996 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Feb 07, 2016

scan it yet?
the a/t trans can go to limphome mode,, (electr shifted TCM trans)
and skips gears.
scan it



1996 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Jan 30, 2016

what aer tires touching? ice or dirt.?
if its not AWD "Quada-Trac"
then its part time 4wd
and is only for driving on ice or dirt
PT 4wd that is what Part time means.

see that here (down for week end)

see the most common options there.
i cant guess what you bought.

to undo what you did,
get one tire on dirt or ice
and shift back to 2wd

or read your operators guide
good luck.....
i cant really help, can see your shifter
nor see what tires are rolling on.




1996 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Jan 24, 2016

in the front.
use a thing called a flash light,
an you will see it.
assumes you;ve seen others., have you>?
or are clueless.?
the FSM cover this
want to read the real book?
its free.
posted over 100 times now.... countless.


all cars have a book like this, and anyone can buy it read it or login at mitchells and read it. cheap.

1996 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Dec 31, 2015

Hi Osmar, Im AL the owner of Big As Auto Repair.

Osmar, I'm assuming that your blower motor is not working, if this is the case its most likely not the relay that's the problem. The most likely problem is the "Blower Resister" which is mounted either behind the glove box into the A/C Housing OR under the passenger side dash into the bottom side of the A/C Housing. I would replace the resister first. Hope this helps and please visit my auto-repair-website here: http://www.bigasautorepair.com/

1996 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Dec 25, 2015

The relay for the fan is stuck,look in the car manual for it`s location,it is most likely near the blower motor,but not always,jeep can put there relays anywhere.But replacement of the relay will solve the problem.

1996 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Dec 25, 2015

Hope this helps:
Cavity/Fuse Diagram (1996 Grand Cherokee, passenger side kick plate to find, Owner's Manual pgs 205-206): 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

Row 1: 1-6 (left to right) Row 2: 7-12 Row 3: 13-18 Row 4: 19-22
1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee Fuse Panel (Passenger Side kick panel) Reply

CAVITY FUSE DESCRIPTION 1 -10 amp (RED) Radio 2 -15 amp (Lt Blue) Cigarette Lighter 3 -10 amp (RED) Rear Washer Switch, Body Controller 4 -10 amp (RED) Airbag 5 -10 amp (RED) Lamp Out Module, Overdrive Switch, OBD II 6 -15 amp (Lt Blue) Vehicle Information Center/Graphic Display Module Park & Side Lamps, Overhead Console Lighted Visor, Automatic Dimming Mirror 7 -20 amp (Yellow) Body Amp, Cluster, Body Controller 8 -20 amp (Yellow) Rear Wiper Motor, Flipper Glass Solenoid, Cargo Lamp, Trailer Tow 9 -15 amp (Lt Blue) Brake Switch 10- 10 amp (RED) Rear Window Defroster 11 -10 amp (RED) ABS Module 12 -10 amp (RED) Heater-Ventilation-A/C Control & Recirculation Motor 13 -15 amp (Lt Blue) Hazard Switch, Turn Signal Switch 14 -15 amp (Lt Blue) Spare 15 -15 amp (Lt Blue) Spare 16 -10 amp (RED) Right & Left Courtesy Lamp, Glove Box Lamp, Halo Lamp Cargo Lamp, Underhood Lamp, Dome/Read Lamp Right & Left Visor, Automatic Dimming Mirror 17 -15 amp (Lt Blue) Radio Illumination, Tail Lamp, Graphic Display Module, Park & Side Lamps, Headlamp Switch, Body Controller 18 -20 amp (Yellow) Spare 19 -15 amp (Lt Blue) Passing Light 20 -15 amp (Lt Blue) Radio, Heater-Ventilation-A/C, Vehicle Information Center 21 -15 amp (Lt Blue) Power Outlet 22 -10 amp (Blue) Airbag Module -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee Alarm, Remote Starter, Keyless Entry Wiring Information Constant 12V+ Pink/Black Ignition Switch Harness Starter Yellow Ignition Switch Harness Ignition Dark Blue/Gray Ignition Switch Harness Ignition 2 Red/Black Ignition Switch Harness (for AC) Accessory Black/Orange Ignition Switch Harness Tach Gray/White Coil Brake Switch White/Tan Brake Switch Trunk Pin n/a Works with Dome Light Parking Lights Blue/Red (+) Left of Steering Column or Light Switch Head Lamp Tan/Black Light Switch Factory Disarm Purple/Yellow (-) Driver's Kick Panel Black Connector at ECM Door Trigger Yellow (-) Driver's Kick Panel see notes Door Lock 5/Wire in Driver's Inside Driver's Door Orange/Purple Lock Pink/Black Unlock Door Unlock and Passenger's Doors Inside Passenger's Door Black/White L Pink/Black Unlock Horn Wire Gray/Orange (-) Steering Column Windows Up LF=Light Blue, RF=Brown/White, LR=Blue/White, RR=Gray/Black Doors Windows Down LF=White, RF=Purple/White, LR=Red/Black, RR=Green/White
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1996 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Dec 19, 2015

There is a fuse for windows. However, if only one window is non operational, there is either a short specifically affecting that window or the motor for the window is broken.

1996 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Dec 11, 2015

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