Buying a Jeep Grand Cherokee Manual would be your best bet, but in a short version to install the front brake pads or any other brake pads. Jack up the Jeep block the wheels, put jack stands underneith the axle you are working on, take the tire off, once off set the tire half way under the rock gaurd. Unbolt your brake caliber which is two bolts from inbehind the rotor, once bolts are out, take off brake caliber slowly. there is two brake pads left and right pull them out then do reverse of what you just did to take them out.... Good Luck
No. The front and rear brake pads are not interchangeable on a 2005 Jeep.
I also have a 2000 grand Cherokee Laredo. Just changed front pads, and it is a torx bit T45. I couldn't find this answer on the web, so I bought several sizes to find out.
Yes you can
They are 5.25"
The front speakers are 5 1/4"
The front and rear axles are differentials.
Yes. Only Front for driver and right front passenger
How do you change front brake hose on a 1997 lincoln
On my 1992 Jeep Cherokee Laredo it is on the front right of the engine. There should be a picture of an oil can on the cap with the words fill oil here or something along that line on it.
It keeps the front axle in the correct left to right alignment.
cv with a slip joint
The front are 6 x 9 and the rear are 6" round