Yesterday... Got her washed and cleaned out the inside to get get ready for out trip to California this morning. Got to my parents last night and my shocks came in from Kolak. The rest should be in Monday. Damn vacation. Lol
1989 Cherokee (XJ) I6 4DR 4X4 Stock... for now
2002 Grand Cherokee Overland- Blown Motor *SOLD*
Changed my tires today. Back to Yokohamas for the summer.
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AC went out last week, come to find out it was the blower motor resistor plug. The symptom was that the blower motor would stop working. Essentially when the AC was running, the blower motor would stop but you could still feel cold air through the vents. If you shut off the air for a little while and turn it back on, it would work for a few minutes then shut off again.
Being frustrated, I decided to try and diagnose the issue on my own. Started by checking all the relays and fuses. Everything looked good there. After doing a lot of thread reading on teh interwebs I started to see a lot of issues with the blower motor resistor being a common issue related to the blower motor. After further inspection this is what I found
Took about an hour to fix. Definitely easier to remove the glove box to access the three wires that you'll have to splice into. Everything is back together and the AC is working. *knock on wood* Hopefully this will fix the problem the new plug looks to be made of a thicker plastic, hopefully it will resist the heat and not melt as easy. Luckily the blower motor resistor was in good shape and didn't need to be replaced.
Also UPS dropped off my AFE Stage 2 ( AFE part# 51-10162)intake yesterday, should have it installed here once the sun goes down and I'll let the motor cools off a bit( and a few beers should help too ).