The first step to replacing a transmission on a Jeep Cherokee is to chock the wheels and raise the front of the car to provide easy access to the drive shaft. Using a socket wrench, remove the drive shaft, and place it a... More »

For the 2014 model year, the base curb weight of a Jeep Cherokee is 4,044 pounds. This weight is the same for each of the four 2014 Cherokee models: the Cherokee Sport, Cherokee Latitude, Cherokee Trailhawk and Cherokee ... More »

The Jeep Grand Cherokee is produced by Chrysler, which owns the Jeep brand. As of 2013, Jeep Grand Cherokees are built in a manufacturing plant in Detroit, Michigan. More »

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