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The Jeep Grand Cherokee is a mid-size SUV from the American automaker Jeep, notable for its unibody chassis instead of the more common body-on-frame construction in SUVs. First introduced in 1992 as a 1993 model, the Grand Cherokee was positioned in the luxury SUV segment and was the result of a revolutionary product lifecycle management process that utilized computer-aided design and efficient communication systems. The original Grand Cherokee was offered in three trim levels, with the base model (designated "SE" in 1994) featuring a full dash, cloth upholstery, and a five-speed manual transmission. The Laredo, the mid-range variant, added power windows and locks, cruise control, and a leather steering wheel. The limited-edition version focused on luxury, sporting gold bodywork and detailing. Initially, the Grand Cherokee was powered by a 4.0-liter AMC inline six-cylinder engine with 190 hp, mated to either a four-speed automatic or an Aisin AX15 manual transmission. After 1995, due to EPA regulations, a new Chrysler PowerTech engine replaced the old power units. The Grand Cherokee also incorporated the Quadra-Drive automatic AWD system with New Venture Gear's NV247 gearbox for effective torque distribution between the front and rear axles. Later versions featured the WJ 45RFE and 545RFE automatic transmissions. These innovations and more have contributed to the Jeep Grand Cherokee's reputation as a luxury SUV offering performance, comfort, and advanced features.

As Jeep Grand Cherokee SUVs accumulate mileage, common issues such as engine overheating and electrical problems tend to emerge. Owners often report symptoms such as external coolant leakage from beneath the exhaust manifold and white exhaust smoke, which, along with engine misfires, difficulty starting, and reduced power and fuel economy during acceleration, suggest possible issues with the intake manifold or cylinder head gasket. Electrical problems manifest as difficulties in starting the vehicle, corrosion on battery terminals, and persistent illumination of the Check Engine Light. These issues are often accompanied by decreasing gas mileage and rough idling, hinting at potential issues with the battery cable or oxygen sensor. Besides these, regular wear and tear issues like vibrations felt on the steering wheel, clunking noises, and unintended steering deviation could indicate issues with the control arm. The drive belt, due to its vulnerability to wear, should also be regularly inspected and maintained.

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Jeep Grand Cherokee Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: Where is the EVAP Canister Purge Solenoid and Vapor Canister Located for the Jeep Grand Cherokee?
    A: The EVAP system prevents fuel system vapors from escaping into the atmosphere. The PCM opens the canister purge solenoid, allowing intake vacuum to pull fuel vapors into the intake manifold. Common symptoms of a faulty EVAP system include a strong fuel odor and poor engine performance. To check for issues, inspect the fuel filler cap, EVAP hose connections, and the canister. The EVAP canister purge solenoid is located in the engine compartment, while the NVLD filter, EVAP canister, and NVLD pump assembly are located in front of the fuel tank. To remove the NVLD pump, squeeze the locking tab and rotate it counterclockwise.
  • Q: Where Are the Knock Sensors Located on Jeep Grand Cherokee?
    A: To replace the knock sensors, start by disconnecting the cable from the negative battery terminal. Then, disconnect the knock sensor electrical connector. Remove the intake manifold and then remove the knock sensor assembly by removing the mounting bolts. Disconnect the electrical connector from the knock sensor and remove the mounting bolt.
  • Q: How Can I Check the Battery State of Charge and Remove and Install the Battery and Battery Tray on Jeep Grand Cherokee?
    A: To check the battery state of charge, look at the indicator eye. A green eye means 75-100% charged, black 0-75%, and clear/bright low electrolyte. Maintenance-free batteries with clear eyes should be replaced, while low-maintenance batteries can have water added. Perform an open-voltage circuit test and a battery load test to assess the battery's ability to handle amperage draw. For battery removal/installation on 2010 and earlier models, disconnect the cable from the negative terminal first. On 2011 and later models, remove the battery access cover and disconnect the cables starting with the negative. For the auxiliary battery on 2016 and later models, unplug the IBS connector and disconnect the cables from the negative and positive terminals. For the battery tray, remove the battery, wiring harness, and fasteners. Installation is the reverse of removal.