When Should the Timing Chain Be Replaced on a Jeep Cherokee?

Answer Technically, timing chains are designed and built to last the entire life of the engine. So in theory, you should replace it only when it's broken. However, if the chain breaks while your engine is... Read More »

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When Should You Change a Timing Chain in a Car?

Your car's timing chain is tasked with operating the inlet and exhaust valve gear at the precise moment during the piston's stroke cycle. When the timing chain, which is sometimes referred as a ti... Read More »

What replaced the jeep cherokee?

The Jeep Liberty replaced the Jeep Cherokee. Jeep produced the first-generation Cherokee from 1984 to 1996. The company produced the second-generation Cherokee from 1997 to 2001. Jeep then introduc... Read More »

How to Adjust the Timing in a Jeep Grand Cherokee?

Adjusting the timing on a Jeep Grand Cherokee requires special tools and an understanding of engine mechanics. Changing the timing on a Jeep Grand Cherokee with distributor-less ignition requires p... Read More »

When should the rear shocks be changed on a 2000 jeep grand cherokee?

On One Hand: Bounce Test and Test DrivePush the rear bumper down as hard as you can by hand. If the rear oscillates more than two times, the shocks might be wearing out. During a test drive, if the... Read More »