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Bosch
1991 Jeep Cherokee Alternator Bosch - 90 Amp

P311-1E0CDDC    W0133-1605301  New

Qty:
$50.00 $173.56
Bosch Alternator
  • Remanufactured
  • Refer to application notices b26, b28, b86, b100 and b102
  • NOTE: Shipped with 6 Groove Pulley. For 7 Groove Applications use the vehicles original Pulley. Instructions are attached to the Alternator-See the 'Yellow Donut' instruction card.
  • 90 Amp
Brand: Bosch
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Vehicle
1991 - Jeep Cherokee
Bosch
1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee Alternator Bosch - 90 Amp

P311-1E0CDDC    W0133-1605301  New

Qty:
$50.00 $173.56
Bosch Alternator
  • Remanufactured
  • NOTE: Shipped with 6 Groove Pulley. For 7 Groove Applications use the vehicles original Pulley. Instructions are attached to the Alternator-See the 'Yellow Donut' instruction card.
  • 90 Amp
Brand: Bosch
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1997 - Jeep Grand Cherokee
Bosch
1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee Alternator 6 Cyl 4.0L Bosch - 90 Amp

P311-1E0CDDC    W0133-1605301  New

Qty:
$50.00 $173.56
Bosch Alternator
  • Remanufactured
  • Standard 90 Amp
  • NOTE: Shipped with 6 Groove Pulley. For 7 Groove Applications use the vehicles original Pulley. Instructions are attached to the Alternator-See the 'Yellow Donut' instruction card.
  • 90 Amp
Brand: Bosch
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1998 - Jeep Grand Cherokee L 6 Cyl 4.0L 242 -
Bosch
1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee Alternator 6 Cyl 4.0L Bosch - 120 Amp

P311-52E06D5    W0133-1604405  New

Qty:
$56.00 $191.64
Bosch Alternator
  • Remanufactured
  • with 120 Amp
  • 120 Amp
Brand: Bosch
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1998 - Jeep Grand Cherokee L 6 Cyl 4.0L 242 -
Bosch
2000 Jeep Cherokee Alternator Bosch - 117 Amp

P311-1A3F892    W0133-1600621  New

Qty:
$79.00 $208.67
Bosch Alternator
  • Remanufactured
  • with 117 Amp
  • NipponDenso
  • 117 Amp
Brand: Bosch
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Vehicle
2000 - Jeep Cherokee
Bosch
1985 Jeep Cherokee Alternator 4 Cyl 2.5L Bosch - 78 Amp

P311-349C0CB    W0133-1610273  New

Qty:
$18.00 $114.46
Bosch Alternator
  • Remanufactured
  • with A/C - with Std. 56-66A Reuse of pulley and fan from the old alternator may be required.
  • 78 Amp
Brand: Bosch
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1985 - Jeep Cherokee L 4 Cyl 2.5L 150 -
Bosch
1984 Jeep Cherokee Alternator 4 Cyl 2.5L Bosch - 78 Amp

P311-349C0CB    W0133-1610273  New

Qty:
$18.00 $114.46
Bosch Alternator
  • Remanufactured
  • with A/C - with Std. 56-66A Reuse of pulley and fan from the old alternator may be required.
  • 78 Amp
Brand: Bosch
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1984 - Jeep Cherokee L 4 Cyl 2.5L 150 -
Bosch
1984 Jeep Cherokee Alternator 4 Cyl 2.5L Bosch - 78 Amp

P311-349C0CB    W0133-1610273  New

Qty:
$18.00 $114.46
Bosch Alternator
  • Remanufactured
  • with A/C - w/Opt. 78A Reuse of pulley and fan from the old alternator may be required.
  • 78 Amp
Brand: Bosch
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1984 - Jeep Cherokee L 4 Cyl 2.5L 150 -
Bosch
1986 Jeep Cherokee Alternator 4 Cyl 2.1L Bosch - 78 Amp

P311-349C0CB    W0133-1610273  New

Qty:
$18.00 $114.46
Bosch Alternator
  • Remanufactured
  • with A/C - with Standard 56-66 Amp Reuse of pulley and fan from the old alternator may be required.
  • 78 Amp
Brand: Bosch
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Drive Type Block Engine CID CC
1986 - Jeep Cherokee Laredo 4WD L 4 Cyl 2.1L 126 -
Bosch
1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee Alternator 6 Cyl 4.0L Bosch - 120 Amp

P311-52E06D5    W0133-1604405  New

Qty:
$56.00 $191.64
Bosch Alternator
  • New - Lifetime Warranty
  • with 120 Amp
  • Please instruct the customer to follow the procedure to remove the original pulley from their core if the unit we supply does not match. See Yellow Donut instructions on pulley
  • 120 Amp
Brand: Bosch
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1998 - Jeep Grand Cherokee L 6 Cyl 4.0L 242 -

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Jeep cherokee will not start?

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Question From bwmorr on Jeep cherokee will not start?

I have a 2000 Jeep Cherokee and when I try to start it it just makes a clicking noise. I have had the alternator tested and it tested out fine. It will start with a jump. Any feedback would be appreciated.

Response From slow_sprinter

maybe also check your cables and connections for signs of corrosion or damage. Especially if this problem is intermittent

Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

Have the battery tested; even if when you turn on all your lights and accessories and they seem to work normally; they will only be drawing approximately 50 or so amps from the battery. A starter motor takes an initial draw of 300 amps to begin cranking the engine and approximately 150 to keep the engine cranking.
So if the battery is not capable of supplying this 300 amps, all you’ll get is this clicking sound.

Dan.

93 Jeep Cherokee Problems

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Question From jdsimons2 on 93 Jeep Cherokee Problems

Hi! New to this forum, hoping for some assistance, I know next to nothing about cars, but love to troubleshoot!

My wife's 93 Jeep Cherokee died on her the other morning. It started to smoke, smelled like burning rubber, and was squeeling really bad. It didn't smoke immediately, but only after a minute or 2 of "driving" (going from the street in front of the Apartment to the parking spot).

I popped open the hood and found out where the squeeling and smoke was coming from. It was coming from some sort of belt, or below the belt on the bottom half of the picture. Below is a picture:



Any help would be appreciated! :)

Response From Hammer Time

Your A/C compressor has seized up. Believe me, you don't want to fix this yourself. A/C repairs look simple but require extensive knowledge about how refrigeration works and exactly what other things will have to be done to the vehicle and there will be many. Take it to a reputable A/C shop.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Yes - squealing really bad would point to a compressor failure. Wet belt was what I was thinking as it looked messy in that area,

T

Response From Hammer Time

Smoke, burning rubber smell and squeal after 2 minutes of driving??????? That's a compressor.

Unplug the compressor until you get it fixed.

Response From jdsimons2


Smoke, burning rubber smell and squeal after 2 minutes of driving??????? That's a compressor.

Unplug the compressor until you get it fixed.

Is the car still drivable with the compressor unplugged? What I'm trying to do is get the car into "sellable" shape, since we have moved on from this Jeep :)

Response From Hammer Time

Assuming the clutch is good and the problem is internal to the compressor, unplugging it will prevent it from coming on and make it drivable but you won't have any A/C. You're looking at a big job there.

Response From chickenhouse

IF in fact the a/c belt is dedicated, cut it!

Response From Hammer Time

It is not

Response From chickenhouse

ok, see it in the pic now.

Response From Discretesignals

Wow, looks like original hoses and still seems to be using R-12. If it was smoking and squealing without the compressor clutch engaged, something else is going on. Turn the drive plate on the front of the ac compressor. You should be able to rotate it. As Tom noted, what is all that moisture on top of the radiator and front of the engine? You have a coolant leak?

Response From chickenhouse

If in fact the compressor is the problem, cut the belt and remove it. Drivable then.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

cut the belt and remove it. Drivable then.

No, that would not be a good idea. You may have some serious issues without the alternator, water pump and power steering.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Smoke and odor probably a coolant leak up front being blown around to something hot or alone. Pressure test and it should show itself.

Get rid of that temporary hack job to fix a battery cable too as that will be a problem soon. That type repair is really for an emergency only,

T

1994 Jeep Cherokee Possible Electrical Short

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Question From TedN on 1994 Jeep Cherokee Possible Electrical Short

Hello All :
I have a 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee V-8 5.2 L with approx. 100,000 miles. The battery drained itself overnight and car would not start this morning. I had battery tested at Auto Zone this morning and it is ok. When battery is fully charged the car starts. Alternator is working.

It must be an electrical short somewhere? Any suggestions as to what could be shorting out?

Thanks.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

It's probably not a short draining your battery, but a parasitic draw from something staying on with the key off. You'll need to do a parasitic draw test to figure out which circuit is drawing an excessive amount of amps. All vehicles that have computers, clocks, and other devices that use current when the vehicle is off will draw from the battery. This is acceptable to a certain point. The rule of thumb is if the draw is over .050 amps, you have a problem.

watch this vid for more info:

Response From Hammer Time

Great video with good instructions but he never once talks about timers through the whole video.


Here's my set of instructions


You will need a digital ammeter and a jumper wire with clips on the ends to do this.
First rig any door switches so you can have a door open without triggering the interior lights and unplug the hood light. Remove one battery cable and attach the meter in series between the battery cable and battery post. Take the jumper wire and also attach it the same way. Leave the jumper wire on for at least 10 minutes to expire all the automatic timers. Now remove the jumper wire and read the meter. Anything over 50ma is too much draw. The way you locate this is to start removing fuses one at a time until the meter drops to normal level. This will be the circuit with something staying on. Determine what components are part of that circuit and check them individually until the problem is isolated.

Response From Discretesignals

He mentions timers at the end of his video. That's one discrepancy I found too. When you connect your meter in series with the battery cable, you don't want to cut power off because it will reset modules making them wake up after they were sleeping when you connect your meter up. You want to run a bypass to keep battery power from being disconnected from the electrical system while connecting your meter. Some people use a battery disconnect for this or you can use HT's approach.

Another thing is don't change the scale on your meter or rotate the knob while it is connected. Only change ranges with it disconnected and your bypass in place.

1995 Jeep Cherokee won't start

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Question From fuser on 1995 Jeep Cherokee won't start

I have a 1995 jeep cherokee that won't start. 3 days ago, I stopped at the store on the way home from work and when I got back in and tried to start it, it just buzzed like the batt was dead and then bam, nothing at all. No lights no buzzer with the key in ignition, just dead. 10 minutes later it started fine. Been starting fine until yesterday. Parked in front of the house, shut it off, went to start it and the same thing happened. Now I have nothing again. I checked the batt with a voltmeter and I have 12.6V. I know this sounds dumb, but being female, I can't locate the starter to test it and/or the solenoid. Oh, I took it through the car wash yesterday and right after that it wouldn't start.
Thanks guys

Response From Hammer Time

It soulds like you have a cable connection problem somewhere. It could be at the battery terminals or anywhere else the cables connect.

Response From fuser Top Rated Answer

OK, I found the starter and solenoid, took it out, had it checked @ Autozone, they said it passed but was weak in turning and they had no test available for the solenoid. Replaced it (yes, I did with some help), reconnected everything and key in the on position, dome light worked, buzzer came on, gauges worked. Turned the key to start and it clicked and everything went dead again. So now what? I had the alternator replaced a month ago. Could the alternator be bad? I checked the radiator anti-freeze, looks good so I don't think the engine is siezed. I don't know where to go now and what to check.
Thanks

Response From Hammer Time

Now what?
You didn't listen to a word of the advice you were given in the fist place.

Response From fuser

Hammer Time,
Thanks, you were right. $76.00 later for a new starter/solenoid and messing with the wiring, it was a bad ground at the battery terminal. Sorry I didn't listen to you in the first place. Thanks again. :)

Response From Hammer Time

Thank you
Glad to hear that.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

>>Could the alternator be bad?<< Yes! Especially if a rebuilt. Simple DIY test: Put a voltmeter on it and read volts. Likely reads high 13s to high 14s volts while running. Now turn blower to full blast, RWD on and lights (all high consumption items) and the volts should not drop below 13v. If battery isn't good and full charged with good connections at both ends of cables it will show up as a low charged battery most noticed for starting - by far the hardest thing a battery has to do,

T

2000 jeep cherokee i-6 belt squeak

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Question From dirk74p on 2000 jeep cherokee i-6 belt squeak

Had to replace the water pump on the cherokee and i replaced the serpentine belt as well. Upon doing so a squeak now is occurring
on start up ... but after the engine is warmed up the squeaking subsides... however when the system in loaded ie A/C is on, the squeaking
reoccurs.. also... the battery gauge needle on the dash dips. We replaced the tensioner pully bearing and that appears not to have had any affect on the problem. Could it be the alternator? or something else ? both the battery and alt have never been replaced

thanks for your help.

Response From Todd Norton

hi you need to ensure that the belt is the exact proper size , if it is a spring loaded tensioner make certain that it moves freely through its entire range with the proper amount of resistance (spring load ) , since you hav e also just replaced the water pump you will need to thoroughly clean , pressure wash all the pulleys and the belt preferably with hot soapy water . anti freeze on a belt = squeeky , slipping belt -it is the worst ,if it does not go away within a day of your thorough cleaning i would change the belt again ...good luck hope this helps you some ...............Todd ..from the hammer....GO BRUINS GO !!!

Response From Guest

thanks for your help

Response From Hammer Time

Just let me add one comment to what Todd has told you.

I have found that for some reason the Cherokee belt needs to be tighter than most due to the routing. Most of them are manual adjustment and have to be tighter than you's normally expect to get rid of all the noises. As Todd pointed out, spilling coolant on the belt is very important to avoid or at least clean real good. I find it nearly impossible to get out of the belt once it gets soaked though.

Response From Guest Top Rated Answer

thanks guys for your help.... ya i am getting some noise still. i'll try to tighten it up a bit more!

Response From Tom Greenleaf

If fully tight enough now it could be belt the pulleys are just too shined up. Goodyear makes a "quiet" belt that helps but it stretches a bit faster and needs more adjusting!!

If all is well otherwise I use silicone grease (sounds silly but does work and won't make a belt slip after a break in) right on the belt and pulleys,

T

Response From Guest

ya i do that as well- super lube