How to Replace the Rear Main Seal on a 1990 Jeep Cherokee Limited?

Answer A rear main seal oil leak is the most common problem with most 4.0L Jeep Cherokee engines. It is a time-consuming do-it-yourself repair but one that will save you hundreds of dollars in automotive-... Read More »

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How to Replace the Oil Seal on the Rear Axle of a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited?

The 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee is durable but, like in any vehicle, worn components must be replaced as part of normal maintenance. The rear pinion seal, an oil seal in the rear axle where the drives... Read More »

How to Replace the Rear Main Seal on a Jeep Grand Cherokee?

One of the hardest seals to replace in an engine is the rear main crankshaft seal. While the seal itself takes less than a half hour to replace by a qualified technician, getting to it is the hard ... Read More »

How to Fix a Rear Main Seal Leak in a 1993 Jeep Cherokee?

Jeeps are notorious for losing their main seals after 100,000 miles, so it's a good idea to change yours out, even if it hasn't sprung the tell-tale leak yet. If your Jeep is showing symptoms of r... Read More »

How Do I Repair a Rear Main Seal Leak in a 1993 Jeep Cherokee 4.0-liter Inline 6?

A leaking rear main seal on a 1993 Jeep Cherokee can be replaced without removing vital engine components as the seal was designed to be replaced from underneath the Cherokee. The only major part o... Read More »