Jeep Fuel Problems Needn't Be an Uphill Battle Claymont DE
Prospect Park, PA
By Ed Sunkin
September 15, 2009
The Jeep Grand Cherokee has been a dependable vehicle for many vehicle owners over the years. However, the SUV has had a few fuel system problem that has put Jeeps in repair shops. In this article, we'll address some fuel system complaints that have plagued these vehicles.
by Ed Sunkin
Since its debut at the 1992 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the Jeep Grand Cherokee has been a dependable vehicle for many vehicle owners.
Most of the early models (1993-1998) were powered by either an in-line 4.0L six-cylinder engine, or the larger 5.2L and 5.9L V8 Magnum engines. In fact, the Grand Cherokee 5.2L V8 made both the Car and Driver magazine’s "Ten Best" list, as well as Motor Trend magazine’s "Truck of the Year" for 1993.
Over the years, the vehicle saw some changes to both the body and the V8 engine. The second-generation of the Grand Cherokees (1999-2004), still had the 4.0L I6, but the V8 Magnum engine was replaced with a 4.7L PowerTech V8.
Grand Cherokees are prone to having some common mechanical problems, and many of you have probably serviced complaints of noisy differentials. While it is acceptable for Jeep differentials to make some noise, it’s not wise to ignore noi...
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