How to Fix a Jeep Cherokee CV Joint?

Answer A CV joint is a ball bearing-driven joint that allows flexibility in the driveshaft and halfshaft of a Jeep Cherokee. The joint is packed with axle grease to keep it lubricated. Without the grease,... Read More »

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How to Change the U Joint of a 1995 Jeep Cherokee?

The drive shafts in the 2005 Jeep Cherokee use U-joints at both ends of the shaft. These joints allow the suspension and drive shaft to travel up and down while the drive shaft is spinning and unde... Read More »

How to Remove the U Joint From a Jeep Cherokee?

The Jeep Cherokee has u-joints connecting the driveshaft to the transmission at the front and the rear differential at the rear. Worn u-joints produce a clanking sound when shifting into a drive ge... Read More »

How to Replace a U-Joint in a 1989 Jeep Cherokee?

The first year Jeep Cherokee was made available was 1984. By 1989, the Jeep Cherokee was made available with the option of either a 2.5-liter four cylinder engine, or a 4.0-liter V-6 engine, in bot... Read More »

How to Remove the CV Joint on the 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee?

The CV Joint, or constant velocity joint, uses a series of ball bearings in a cup to provide constant and consistent power while the joint is turning. However, CV Joints are not without their weakn... Read More »