Jeep Cherokee Rotor Installation?

Answer Rotors on your Jeep Cherokee will need to be replaced periodically. Rotors are also called brake discs and after a period of time they will become worn. In some cases they may even become warped. I... Read More »

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How to Replace the Rotor in a Jeep Grand Cherokee?

If your Jeep Grand Cherokee seems to shudder and pulse when you hit the brakes, the rotors are probably the culprit. Rotors, also known as brake discs, become warped and worn down over time for var... Read More »

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

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 »

Jeep Cherokee Transfer Case Installation Procedures?

Installing the transfer case in your Jeep Cherokee is something every avid off-road enthusiast who owns one will probably do at some point. While it isn't rocket science, there are right and wrong ... Read More »

Jeep Grand Cherokee 2000 Headlight Installation?

While some vehicles use single headlights to account for both low and high beams, the 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee employs separate bulbs for each per headlight assembly. As a matter of fact, each driv... Read More »