How to Fix a Squeaky Belt on a Jeep Grand Cherokee?

Answer A squeaky drive belt on your Jeep Grand Cherokee is a common problem that most owners will have to deal with sooner or later. The squeaking sound is caused because the drive belt is loose, which ma... Read More »

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How to Put a Belt on a Jeep Grand Cherokee?

A V-belt (serpentine belt) is important, as it controls a number of systems, such as the power steering, the alternator and the AC. However, as time progresses, the V-belt begins to crack and start... Read More »

How to Change the Belt in a 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee?

The serpentine belt on the 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee controls all of the accessories on the front of the engine. These accessories include the alternator, the air-conditioner compressor, power steer... Read More »

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 »