How to Change Front Brake Pads Jeep Patriot 2007-2017

Guide

In this guide, you will find instructions on how to replace front brake pads on Jeep Patriot model years 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017.

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How to Change Front Brake Pads Jeep Compass

Guide

In this guide, you will find instructions on how to replace front brake pads on Jeep Compass. 

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Troubleshooting Jeep Check Engine Light

Guide

Jeep check engine light (CEL) comes on when the On-Board Diagnostic (OBD) system detects a problem with engine, transmission or evaporative system.

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List of Jeep Transmissions

Guide

Determine which transmission is installed on your Jeep.

First, look up the model, next determine the correct year and engine. This will allow you to narrow it down to the correct transmission model and code.

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how to decode a Jeep VIN number

Jeep VIN Decoder

Guide

In this article, you will learn how to decode a Jeep VIN number. Alternatively, you can use this free VIN Decoder Tool to lookup engine, transmission, and other vehicle specifications by VIN. 

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Best Shocks for Grand Cherokee

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jeep window regulator

15 Nov 2019 •
Hi, I brought a replacement window regulator for my 98 grand cherokee .No matter how I set the motor gear to the regolator gear teeth the window stops 2 inches short of fully closed. I do not see any differences in the old and new parts. What can I do to get it working?

What Causes?

15 Nov 2019 •
What Causes a Jeep to suddenly Stop running while driving the vehicle? Then after it sits for an hour, it starts up again.

Wheel Rotation

15 Nov 2019 •
What is the correct wheel rotation pattern for a 98 Jeep Cherokee

Clean speed sensor on wheel

15 Nov 2019 •
I have a 2011 Jeep Liberty Sport and the ABS and traction control lights come on in wet weather, and seem to go off once the weather is dried up. The mechanics first instinct was to replace the sensor which involved buying a hub $350 for labor and parts. After reading some other posts I'm wondering if I need to clean the sensor and then apply dielectric grease to it and see if that solves the problem. I also am wondering if I can clean and apply the grease without taking the wheel off I don't have the tools or expertise for that.