How to Pull a Jeep?

Answer Towing a four-wheel drive Jeep improperly will result in expensive damage to the vehicle's drivetrain. Connecting the Jeep to the tow vehicle is only part of the equation of protecting your Jeep. T... Read More »

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How to Pull the Head Out of a Jeep 4.0L?

A cracked cylinder head, bad head gasket, or bent valve in your Jeep can cause loss of power or altogether prevent the engine from running. In any of these situations, pulling the cylinder head to ... Read More »

How to Pull a Jeep Cherokee Motor?

Eventually an engine needs a little refreshing or a complete overhaul. High mileage, a rod knocking or excessive oil usage or new pistons are a few samples of why the engine would be pulled. It is ... Read More »

How to Pull Up the Codes for the 98 Jeep Cherokee?

You can pull up the trouble codes for your 1998 Jeep Cherokee using an OBD II scan tool right from your home garage. Sensors are positioned throughout the Cherokee that detect malfunctions and send... Read More »

How to Pull a Motor Out of a 1996 Jeep Cherokee?

You might need to pull the motor out of a 1996 Jeep Cherokee for several reasons, including a rebuild or to install a new one. While the engine is out, clean up oil and dirt buildup in the engine c... Read More »