Where is the fuel filter on a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited?
There are 2 filters.
- One is on the end of the pickup tube inside of the gas tank.
- The second is in-line, above the front edge of the gas tank, inboard of the frame member. It is part of the fuel regulator/filter assembly.
Here's a diagram:
This second filter is the one you should remove and inspect. Probably unhealthy, but I generally blow through them to see if they're clogged (it's the best test I've found- if it's hard to blow through, or your ears pop, replace it!).
Oh, your new filter should have some simple instructions inside the box.
The most compatible and completely interchangeable transmission that can be used with a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited is the 45RFE transmission. This is from a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Only this model year is compatible with the 1999 model year as the vehicles shared 127 of the exact same parts.
it probably doesn't have one, a cabin air filter housing and filter was not standard on any 1999-2004 grand Cherokee model but it is sold by Jeep as a part that can be added. It mounts under the black cowling on the passenger side (cowling is where the windshield wipers are located). If a grand Cherokee has this filter installed you have to pull off the cowling trim seal under the hood on the passenger…