Replace It. Should You Get Out Of The Deal. If It Was Me YES! The Head Cracked Due To Heat Most Likely, And Improper Care Of Vehicle. If The Engine Got Hot Enough To Crack The Head, It Could Have Other Internal Problems, Crankshaft Bearings, Rod Bearings, Piston Rings Due To Excessive Heat. BEST TO YOU
According to dealer a 2005 Grand Cherokee has 4 actuators..
Get the original replacement shocks from the dealer/mopar, everything else will be either too stiff or too soft.
YES Yes and YES...
Have to take it to the dealer.
it has to be done by the dealer. =(
the dealer does it with a scan tool
Jeep dealer.Jeep dealer.
No but the dealer can if they run the sales codes options.No but the dealer can if they run the sales codes options.
I just did it in my 1994 Grand Cherokee. It's pretty simple. A new reservoir cost me $34 at my local Jeep dealer. It's pretty much a matter of disconnecting the hose, unscrewing the old one, screwing in the new one, and reconnecting the hose. Took me less than an hour.
yes, if you act and tell them that you dont want the car "as is" the dealer should be responsible for replacnig the wind shield.....
Dealer Warranty item.
The dealer can, and some locksmiths.
Dealer? E-Bay? Salvage Yard?
Your local dealer has a large selection.
English please. This is America. If you cannot manage that then take your Grand Cherokee to the El Dealer for repairs.
Absolutely... IF they want your cars on their lot. Dont bring a jeep Cherokee to a Mercedes dealer for example.
It is a 5.2L 4WD.
You must take it to the dealer to have them program it to your vehicle.
"certified" used car is a marketing tool not a law. What did they certify? That the car was used or did they certify that it had a cracked windshield. You need to clarify with the dealer what they are certifying.
98 cherokee did not come with a cabin filter, may have to fabricate one out a 99 one. talk to your jeep dealer for 99 cherokee cabin filter kit.
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