20 Most Recent 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee - Page 6 Questions & Answers

Check fuses and blinker.

1993 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Nov 16, 2014

Bad Gauge or bad connections

1993 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Nov 15, 2014

Since tail lights are not part of the brake switch, I wouldn't think so. This sounds more like a bad fuse or some other fault. Do either of the turn signals work? Are the turn signals a part of the brake lights or are they independent?

1993 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Nov 13, 2014

wow, no symptoms posted?,just a where is goose chase,
the FSM covers this, called the factory service manual.?
techauthority has that. get it?
free here
click zj, then wiring, and read.

the first question is not that,its does it do that at all?
answered: my wilded guess, is oil pressure too low? huh?
page 8w-40-1

first off, it down work like say any 1980 jeeps
the cluster is like your computer monitor
the cluster, is a digital , display that uses serial communications
data, from the PCM to present to you, all data (gauges)
this is all done over a 2 wire, transmission line.
called CCD.
via pins 1 and 2.

the PCM monitors all sensors, not the cluster like days of old.
then The PCM sends data to the cluster brain
the cluster then shows you the data.
that is how it works, 93 to now.

1993 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Oct 31, 2014

the 10,000 post for same question.

check fuses first. as always .

no spark from just the coil , right,???? that be first
using 2 men (or 1 man and teenage son, wife or friend)
one man cranks and other checks for spark at coil actual.
no spark at coil actual, (the coil HV terminal is checked using a test sparkplug just like a 1920 car to now)
its dead,or has spark for 3 seconds. or the ASD relay NEVER pulls
in, this is the 3 first checks after testing fuses.,
ASD 101

1993 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Oct 19, 2014

Have you checked the ASD relay to see if it is working ?

1993 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Oct 18, 2014

The one that says. Cruise

1993 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Oct 11, 2014

the fsm covers all that.
why not just look'
the ZJ

RTM. its all there. see power windows, then wiring chapter, same.

1993 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Oct 06, 2014

why ask this with not one of the 100 A/T issues with it?
TCC lockup failing? or will not shift to 2nd?
great question but no drive line options stated.
what country? yes they export jeeps.
what transmission , some have 3 choices got an A/T but which one?
AW4, 42RE or the 46RH (5.2l engine uses latter) that too , no engine stated. The RH has no TCM its got a governor. "hydromatic:"
all have a TCC but that is controlled by the PCM mostly

2wd or 4wd?

next time post the driveline in car.
and the symptom.
after all there can be 2 black boxes doing the shifting.

read the FSM

free info
if you even have one, see this page


1993 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Oct 02, 2014

fsm quote.

All Grand Cherokee models-below the left front headlamp

no symptoms posted, so cant guess if this is bad. its not.

but you want to remove it , so you get to waste all that time doing so.

we never do this.

why not post the symptoms so good help can happen

got DTC errors, is the gas cap sealing? for EVAP failure?

that be first.

here is a list of canister ploys.

  1. i hate it and need to remove it. illegal

  2. i want to move it. ok "you tell us"

  3. it has a crack in the side, from past collisions and sucks air , fix it

  4. i got DTCs but cant remember them. pencil and paper , missing?

  5. the gas cap is bad or loose and i want to fix something harder.

see all the photos on the forum


they move it only for , wild off road front end modifications

a very unique context. but shows nice photos of front end

the FSM covers this.

why nor read the bible or post context and some symptoms if any.

or try reading this at alldata.com

see if they have instructions there.

my guess is the grill needs pulling

1993 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Sep 20, 2014

what are you doing, forgot to say ,did you?
my wild guess is , you are bleeding brakes????
it takes a special scan tool to do that. called DRB.

lets now read the manual. the FSM
and read page 34 under brakes, on the ZJ
if bleeding the system. READ PAGE 38

so no DRB?
id google all day to see if some other tool does this procedures.
i hope you get lucky.

the step cycles the motor and solenoids, not just the motor.

1993 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Sep 17, 2014

Do you have auto tranny? Check code number again do not have a 39 code but do have a 37 code and a 41 code

1993 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Sep 08, 2014

if he level is good the sensor is dirty or bad or the wires fell off

are you sure its level alert and not low pressure.
the operators guide tells you this, lost that?
get one.
low oil pressure is bad news
check it with real gauges. at the sender ,port , not guess.

1993 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Sep 08, 2014

unbolt it , on some cars it snaps off.
why is this not obvious>?? you look and you see what>?

by remove , i assumed its being replaced or tested.
not remove for ever, that be a whole endless topic ......????

1993 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Aug 01, 2014

Is there a sunroof? If there is the drains can become plugged on one side and overflow down the headliner onto the floor. There is also a drain for the A/C on the passenger side that may be plugged allowing water to overflow into the interior. The best way to find leaks is to run a hose on the car and have someone on the inside looking for the leak

1993 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Jul 29, 2014

There is a process known as the computer relearn process. Remove the negative battery cable for 10 minutes. When you reattach the cable turn the key forward to the on position but do not start the carl. Stay in this position for 7 minutes start the vehicle and idle 7 additional minutes. Turn the car off. Turn key forward to in position for 5 more minutes and the job is

1993 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Jul 22, 2014

Sitting in your vehical, front driver's side. Look down to where your "LEFT FOOT" is. Undernealth the dashboard, just in front of the door. Their is a plastice pop-off panel cover. ON THE INSIDE PANEL IS ANOTHER WIPER DELAY MODULE. Take your "Hidden Wiper Relay" Module out an bring it to your local junk yard so you make sure it's a match...That should do it.. The module is just about the size and shape as a pack of cigarettes.. No Special Tools needed... Just a flat head screwdriver..
I had to show it to someone who worked at the junk yard because it was gone from every vehical I looked at... Plug it in your truck before you pay if you can. $15.00 dollars...
Good Luck.

1993 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Jul 12, 2014

Bad battery maybe?

1993 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Jul 07, 2014

Sounds like a few issues. The check engine light should come on when you turn the key to "ON" without attempting to start it. If it doesn't, the bulb could be bad and that would mean removing the instrument cluster to change the bulb.
The rough idle issue could be a partially stuck open EGR valve. Remove the valve and clean it good. While you have it out make sure the diaphragm moves freely. Replace the valve if you can't clean it or if it doesn't move.
Go to your local auto parts store and ask them to read the codes (most store provide this as a free service).

1993 Jeep Grand... | Answered on Jul 06, 2014

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