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My Jeep Cherokee 2012 Jet model went in for its 120,000 service yesterday and I was advised the rack and pinion is leaking and that I will need to have it replaced and the cost would be $6k-$7K. The car has never been off road and I was been working from home since Covid March 2020 in Vic. How long can I drive it around with the leak and has anyone else experienced this issue and what was the cost please.
Hey probably a dumb question but I have just recently brought a 2008 grand Cherokee Laredo WH and I’m trying to find parts for it what’s the difference between the WH and the WK and why can’t I find anything when I search for the WH
Try WK1,thats what the yanks call it
Hi, has anyone done an exhaust upgrade on 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee S-Limited? Wondering if it is a custom job or are there bolt on options? Thanks
My 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee WH has developed a fault in the ignition immobiliser which means it mostly refuses to start. (Runs great once it does randomly fire) Ordered parts 3 months ago through Jeep and one had to come from USA. Now been told there were none in stock and it has to be manufactured and may not come through until well into 2021. Any one have any options re how to get the car on the road reliably again. (I have had Jeeps for 20 years now to tow our horse float. So it is risky to head out with the horses on board if the car is not functioning properly.)
My grand chorokee 2015, the back sits higher than the front. As a result it is wearing out back tyres very quickly. We have gone into suspension , checked odd exit / entry. We have also put it in tyre jack mode and waited for it reset . Stll does not appear to sitting level. ( tyres leaning inwatd ) any light on this please?
Have a question I’m looking at buying a 2020 grand Jeep Cherokee s limited V8 or diesel are they reliable and are they expensive on fuel.
We love our 2020 Grand Jeep Overland which is diesel. I personally wouldn’t buy a v8 as are known fuel guzzlers. Ours is not expensive on the open road and not bad around town either.
As for the warranty department that’s a whole new question. Can’t say we’ve been happy there.
So what is the problem with the warranty department when it comes to jeeps. I’ve heard some bad issues is it true.
I am having a problem with my 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee limited, can’t get rid of the. Service 4WD System Message from the dashboard, Is this a problem...?
for mine it was an actuator in the diff of the quadradrive 2 system, expensive part, but takes only an hour to fix.
My 2011 stalls when petrol is below 1/4 tank and going up hill.
Changed fields filters, saddle tank and I think from memory pumps.
Anyone got any other ideas. Happened 4 times now after the above process of elimination and I am all out of ideas.
Probably somewhere down the line, someone has installed the fuel supply and return line onto the wrong terminals as the return line is always shorter. I have seen inexperienced mechanics commonly make this mistake. This could be either mixed up on either the engine side or tank side depending on the cars setup. Let know if the hose swap doesn't fix your problem as i would be extremely surprised.
That makes a lot of sense to me.
Thank you so much. I will get my mechanic to take a look and let you know for sure.
The rear shock absorbers on my 2017 Overland are leaking and need replacing. The car has travelled 59,000km on sealed roads, no towing, no off road. Seems to be a manufacturers fault in my view. I’ve never had to replace shock absorbers so early in any car I’ve owned. Is anyone else having this problem? I’ve written to FCA and waiting for a response. I’m not happy about replacing the shocks at my expense.
We have a 2012 grand Cherokee with 210k on clock.
Beautiful care we love it always serviced on the 10k with cleaners every 6 tanks with diesel. Of late really sluggish when take of almost a hesitation, never has been like this if anybody could know anything on this as I’m a Chef not a mechanic would be greatly appreciated.
wpold you recommend a 2014 Grand Cherokee petrol
Given my recent experience with Jeep i.e. totally blown motor on a 2016 Grand Cherokee diesel, I'd be hesitant to recommend any of their products. Especially seeing 2012 through 2014 was considered to be a problematic time for their products. The dealer networks seem good, but you can only put some much lipstick on a pig
I owned a 2011 for 5 years that was why I bought a 2017. You need a 2014 to be throughly checked by a motoring club before you buy. Do not expect support from FCA, they put it all back to their dealers, and really do not care.
I need to buy a recon engine for my v8 ,2003 WG jeep.Auto..1 is available in QLD.Does anyone know if it would suit my Overland jeep?Supplier said "should fit".Any advice would be appreciated.
All v8 are the same
I know this post is old but for those who don't know !!Looks like someone led you astray ..The overlands have a HIGH OUTPUT 4.7 Motor in them . The others have a power tech motor ..lower HP and are different ,, Also different hookups depending on years .You can make them work but the sensors are different. the fuel injectors are different ,different pistons,different cam shafts . different heads ..
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