How to Change the Oil on a 1989 Jeep Cherokee?

Answer The oil and filter of a 1989 Jeep Cherokee should be changed regularly to maintain proper engine operation. The AutoZone website recommends using oil with a 5W-30 rating in cold weather and a 10W-3... Read More »

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How to Change the Fuel Filter on a 1989 Jeep Cherokee?

The Jeep Cherokee uses an in-line fuel filter to protect the engine from any debris and sediment that may have gotten in to the fuel lines. The fuel pump picks up fuel from the fuel tank and sends ... Read More »

How to Change the Brake Pads on a 1989 Jeep Cherokee?

The 1989 Jeep Cherokee comes equipped with front and rear brake pads. When the brake pedal is pushed in, the brake fluid travels to the brake caliper and compresses the brake pads to the brake roto... Read More »

How do I Add Coolant to a 1989 Jeep Cherokee?

The 1989 Jeep Cherokee, like most vehicles, requires antifreeze/coolant to keep the engine liquids liquid during freezing temperatures and keep the fluids from boiling away in summer heat. Most veh... Read More »

How to Remove the Front Hub on a 1989 Jeep Cherokee?

The hub assembly on the front of the 1989 Jeep Cherokee serves several purposes, including supporting the wheel, acting as a wheel bearing and supporting the brakes. Removing the hub can be a chall... Read More »