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The Jeep Patriot is a five-door, compact SUV that was manufactured and marketed by Jeep from 2006 to 2017. Produced at Chrysler's Belvidere plant in Illinois, the Patriot was known for its longevity, with the model seeing minimal changes even in its eleventh production year. The vehicle offered front-wheel drive in most markets, while the European Union versions came with all-wheel drive as standard. Its off-road capabilities were enhanced by features like braking stability control, three electronic stability and traction control systems that were switchable for on- and off-road driving. The 2011 model introduced minor modernizations to the interior and exterior. In the U.S., the Patriot came in three trim levels: Sport, Latitude, and Limited, while in Canada and the EU, there were slightly different offerings. A notable model was the "Liberty Edition" for the 2013 year, which paid homage to Jeep's commitment to the U.S. Army and Armed Forces. A significant change came in 2014 when the Patriot Freedom Drive 1 was equipped with Hyundai's 6-speed automatic transmission, replacing the previous CVT. The vehicle could accommodate five people, and although spacious, it had been criticized for uncomfortable seats and poor noise insulation. Despite its compact size, the Patriot provided robust performance in normal driving conditions, and the Freedom Drive II transmission boosted its off-road capabilities.

As an off-road vehicle designed to traverse various terrains, the Jeep Patriot is prone to accelerated wear and tear, leading to common issues like engine overheating and transmission whining. Engine overheating can manifest as coolant leaks under the exhaust manifold, white smoke from the exhaust pipe, engine misfiring, and noticeable decrease in power, acceleration, and fuel economy. Noisy engine sounds are also typical. Checking the intake manifold gasket, cylinder head gasket, or exhaust manifold gasket is essential when encountering these symptoms. Another common problem is a high-pitched whine from the transmission, accompanied by difficulties in gear shifting, transmission slip, and surging. Moreover, the Patriot might sporadically switch between four-wheel drive and experience partial loss of vehicle power, possibly indicating the need to replace the transfer case seal or torque converter. To sustain the Patriot's performance, routine maintenance of vulnerable parts like seat belts, windshield wipers, and wiper blades is crucial, as they may exhibit reduced effectiveness due to regular usage or accidents.

Choosing OEM parts guarantees top-tier quality and durability. They are carefully designed to adhere to the strict specifications of the official factory and undergo thorough quality control inspections during production, ensuring long-lasting resilience and an impeccable fit. Should you be contemplating procuring a new parts, including Doors, Door Mirrors And Related Parts, Air Conditioners & Heater for your Jeep Patriot, an OEM part, such as Wiper & Lock Cylinder And Keys should top your list of choices. We hold an extensive inventory of genuine Jeep Patriot parts, all offered at the most competitive prices in the market. Moreover, all our parts come with a warranty directly from the manufacturer.

Jeep Patriot Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: Where is the EVAP Canister Purge Solenoid and Canister Located on Jeep Patriot?
    A: The EVAP canister purge solenoid is on the left side of the firewall, below the power brake booster. Remove the air filter housing and disconnect the EVAP hoses from the solenoid. Slide out the red lock and disconnect the electrical connector. To install, reverse the removal process. The EVAP canister is located behind the left rear wheel opening.
  • Q: How to Disconnect the Battery for Service Procedures?
    A: Before disconnecting the battery, remove the key from the ignition and keep it with you. Alternatively, use a memory-saver device plugged into the cigarette lighter and connected to a spare battery. To disconnect the battery, loosen the cable clamp nut and disconnect the cable from the negative terminal, isolating the cable end.
  • Q: Where Are the TR Sensor and Transmission Temperature Sensor Located?
    A: First of all, you can find the TR sensor and transmission temperature sensor on the automatic transaxle valve body. To replace the sensors, begin by removing the valve body. This is typically performed by a professional mechanic. It should not be attempted by a home mechanic.