What is the bolt pattern for a 2001 jeep grand cerokee?
5/4.5 or 5/114.3 metric
No, it will not. When Chrysler built the 1999-2004 WJ Grand Cherokee it had a different bolt pattern than the 1993-1998 ZJ Grand Cherokee. The Jeeps that can interchange wheels with one another are the Cherokee (84-01), the Commanche, Wrangler (87-06), Liberty (02-07), and the Grand Cherokee (93-98). The two redesign Grand Cherokees since 99 have the same bolt pattern so a 99-04 Grand Cherokee can swap wheels with a 05+, as well as a…
If the grand cherokee is a 93-98 yes... otherwise, no you cannot. 99+ Grand cherokee "rims" or wheels are a 5x5 (5x127 mm) bolt pattern while the cherokee has 5x4.5 you need not consider the size...15" 16" 17" will generally fit on a grand cherokee. It's the bolt pattern you need to pay attention to.
U Know the aluminum cover that's says 2.4L on it unbolt it and the plugs are underneath.just make sure the boots are lined up properly and click into place before u bolt it back on.I've had to change the plugs on my girl's grand am se 2001 and it took me about two or three times to seat it properly.