How to Remove a Rear Brake Rotor from a Jeep Grand Cherokee?

Answer Removing a rear brake rotor from the Jeep Grand Cherokee is a job that you can complete in about a half hour. The brake rotor can occasionally begin to grind from wear or damage, requiring that you... Read More »

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How to Change the Rear Brake Pads on a Jeep Grand Cherokee?

Brake pads are an important part of your Jeep Grand Cherokee's braking system. They are the replaceable friction pads that pinch the brake disc or drum when the brakes are applied. You should repla... Read More »

1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee Rear Disc Brake Components?

Inspired by the 1991 release of the Explorer Eddie Bauer edition -- a luxury-style SUV -- Jeep released its own luxury SUV, the Grand Cherokee, in 1993. The 1998 Grand Cherokee came standard with f... Read More »

How to Change the Rear Brake Shoes on a 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee?

Jeep's 1998 Grand Cherokee came equipped with all around disc brakes. Changing brakes can be a nuisance, especially when you don't know how or when. The when is easy; each set of brakes is marked w... Read More »

How to Remove the Rear End on a 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee?

The rear end on a 1995 Jeep Cherokee is also called the rear axle. It is a critical part of the suspension system as well as the drivetrain because it plays a part in the rear wheels, which moves t... Read More »