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  1. Kent93
    11-23-2017 12:18 PM - permalink
    Any ideas on where i can get my drivers side door hinge welded it’s hang off a bit an id like to get it fixed also has some rust patches that id like to get rid of as well
  2. Kent93
    11-01-2017 06:54 PM - permalink
    Thanks I’ll be sure to try it tomorrow aN let you know what the outcome was
  3. 11-01-2017 06:33 AM - permalink
    Here is how to check for codes on OBDI, which is what you have with a 95.

    Retrieving OBD codes on the Jeep Cherokee (XJ) OBD1 Models: 1991-1995

    1) Start engine (if possible). Move transmission shift lever
    through all positions, ending in Park. Turn A/C switch on and then off
    (if equipped).

    2) Turn engine off. Without starting engine again, turn
    ignition on, off, on, off and on within 5 seconds. Record 2-digit
    fault codes as displayed by flashing MIL.

    3) For example, fault code 23 is displayed as flash, flash,
    4-second pause, flash, flash, flash. After a slightly longer pause,
    other codes stored are displayed in numerical order. When MIL begins
    to flash fault codes, it cannot be stopped. Start over if count is

    NOTE: A "5-5" will always occur to signal the end of the sequence. Some will flash the "1-2" code indicating a recent battery disconnect even if you haven't done it. Ignore these two codes, and mark down all others.
  4. Kent93
    11-01-2017 03:01 AM - permalink
    Anyone know where I can get a replacement acceleration pedal for my 1995 Jeep Cherokee Sport with the sensor attached an how to install it..... I’d greatly appreciate it.
  5. Kent93
    10-27-2017 10:44 AM - permalink
    Does any know how to get the power steering hose lose so that I can drain the rest out An put some fluid in

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