How to Change a 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee Serpentine Belt?

Answer The 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee serpentine belt will wear down after many thousands of miles of driving. Your first indication that you need a new serpentine belt is often a loud squealing noise when ... Read More »

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How to Change the Fan Belt on Jeep Grand Cherokee 1997?

When squealing is heard from the engine compartment it can indicate that the fan belt, or serpentine belt, on your vehicle is going bad. The serpentine belt is a single belt that is used to turn pu... Read More »

How to Replace the Serpentine Belt in a Jeep Grand Cherokee?

On the Jeep Grand Cherokee, one v-ribbed serpentine belt, also called a fan belt, runs the alternator, power steering and air conditioner as applicable. Most V8 and later 6-cylinder models have an ... Read More »

How to Change the Serpentine Belt on a 2000 Jeep Cherokee?

Car and light truck manufacturers began to use serpentine belt drives, instead of the once-standard v-belt drive, in the early 1980s. The serpentine belt system offers quieter and longer lasting op... Read More »

How to Change a Signal Light on a 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee?

You must maintain your turn signals on any vehicle that is being used. It is one of the most basic safety features, because they warn the drivers behind and in front of you, as well as pedestrians,... Read More »