How to Replace Jeep Cherokee Hinge Pins?

Answer A common problem with Jeep Cherokees is the failure of the door hinges in models dating from 1997 and earlier. Usually this is caused by either a passenger or the driver of the vehicle failing to c... Read More »

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How to Replace the Door Hinge Pins on a 1995 Grand Cherokee?

It is interesting to know that the first Jeeps were actually called a Willys and were produced for the U.S. Army. The manufacturer was Willys-Overland Motor Co. The name Jeep is just a brand name u... Read More »

How to Replace a Door Hinge on a Jeep Grand Cherokee?

A sagging door can cause several problems for you, including leaks, metal damage, and paint damage. A Jeep door hinge has two pieces. One is welded to the body of the door and the other rotates on ... Read More »

How to Repair a Jeep Cherokee Door Hinge?

The door hinges on a Jeep Cherokee use a combination of a long pin and a set of brass bushings. When they fail, the rear of the door angles down, creating a misalignment of the door striker and the... Read More »

How to Replace Door Hinge Pins?

Door hinge pins are the nail-like pieces of steel that hold door hinges together and allow them to open and close. They require little attention and hardly ever go bad. They dutifully perform their... Read More »