20 Most Recent 2005 Jeep Wrangler - Page 7 Questions & Answers

Well, in the interim, you could make one by cutting a small piece of rubber hose (like fuel line) and putting a flat washer on both ends or checking with a bushing manufacturer and see if you can find one that fits your application. I generally replace steel or plastic bushings with ones made from "oilite" which is generally used in small electric motors it's made from bronze and treated with a lubricant that stays in the metal...they last forever.
Be creative...bushings are used in nearly every machine, not only in cars.

2005 Jeep... | Answered on Feb 08, 2011

Yep, I have had this problem, the throw out bearing has either came apart or the pressure plate broke (exploded,) . your going to have to remove the transmission to examine it, I can't say there is nothing else broken, never know, till you check it out

2005 Jeep... | Answered on Feb 03, 2011

first tighten the battery poles using a suitable wrench that fit the tightening bolts, if you see white materials, that is oxidation, clean using a brush then wash off with tap water. check also the negative cable, (from the negative side of the battery it is bolted directly to chassis) it might be loose due to mechanical vibration. hope this helps ;-)

2005 Jeep... | Answered on Feb 03, 2011

put 12 volt bulb in the unit

2005 Jeep... | Answered on Jan 29, 2011

Not sure if the version you have there is the same as in USA but you should have a filter/regulator combo on top of the pump assembly.
Checking fuel pressure and volume with your finger is not accurate. A difference of 8-10 psi can make a big difference in how the engine runs!!!
Your best bet when doing diagnostics is to get a repair manual and follow test procedures and values they list. Your problem may not be fuel related at all...testing will reveal that. Always do electrical tests after the battery is fully charged and all fuses, grounds and connections have been checked.
As I can't do the testing from here, I'd be looking first at the throttle position sensor and MAP sensor as both have an influence on fuel delivery.

2005 Jeep... | Answered on Jan 14, 2011

The fan uses a resistor block that creates the various fan speeds. It sounds as though the lower two fan speed resisitors are broken. This means you will have to replace the fan resistor block. The only other possibility would be the fan switch on the dash you use to set the speed. It is most likely the resistor block, but if you are handy with a test light, you can verify the switch is good or bad, or take it to your favorite mechanic and have him or her verify.
good luck.

2005 Jeep... | Answered on Jan 07, 2011


2005 Jeep... | Answered on Nov 27, 2010

qwick test . ground the steering column

2005 Jeep... | Answered on Nov 21, 2010

try cleaning the throttle body, if no change it has to be the idle air control motor.

2005 Jeep... | Answered on Nov 16, 2010

yes this could caus ea lighrt to come on

2005 Jeep... | Answered on Oct 24, 2010

Check your brakes I had the exact prolem I had the front end aligned ,tires balanced 2 times it finally stopped when I chnged my brake pads

2005 Jeep... | Answered on Oct 16, 2010

see if the shift linkage popped off on the transmission. if so you will need to replace it, or rig it

2005 Jeep... | Answered on Oct 10, 2010

sounds like a broken door in the hvac housing

2005 Jeep... | Answered on Sep 26, 2010

it is a cable . it probably broke

2005 Jeep... | Answered on Sep 15, 2010

Straight out of the repair manual:

(1) Disconnect negative battery cable at battery.
(2) Remove generator drive belt. Refer to 7, Cooling System for procedure.
(3) Remove generator pivot and mounting bolts/nut (Fig. 2) , or (Fig. 3). Position generator for access to wire connectors.
(4) If equipped, unsnap plastic cover from B+ terminal.
(5) Remove B+ cable output terminal mounting
nut at rear of generator (Fig. 4), (Fig. 5), or (Fig. 6). Disconnect terminal from generator.
(6) Disconnect field wire connector at rear of generator by pushing on connector tab.
(7) Remove generator from vehicle.
(1) Position generator to engine and snap field
wire connector into rear of generator.
(2) Install B+ terminal to generator mounting
stud. Tighten mounting nut. Refer to Torque Specifications.
(3) If equipped, snap plastic cover to B+ terminal.
(4) Install generator mounting fasteners and
tighten. Refer to Torque Specifications.
CAUTION: Never force a belt over a pulley rim using a screwdriver. The synthetic fiber of the belt can be damaged.

2005 Jeep... | Answered on Sep 12, 2010

This would be the fan module located behind the glove box, should have 3 to 4 wire plug on connector about $25.00 part, but very hard some times to access to remove and replace (look for a square looking module attached to the fan motor it's self)

2005 Jeep... | Answered on Aug 23, 2010

p0441 meaning. emission system purge flow fault. The "EVAP purge flow" faults are issues between the carbon cannister and the intake.

2005 Jeep... | Answered on Aug 19, 2010

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