Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I recently bought this excellent jeep and I want to keep it in the fantastic condition it is in. I had the oil changed about 500 miles ago, but do not have the service records. The car was thoroughly checked out before I bought it. The engine is as clean as brand new, as is the entire car. What should I be doing now or at 100,000 miles. I see from the manual the differential oil should be checked in front and back. Thank you for your ideas.
Change all fluids in front and rear diff axles as well as transfer case if its 4x4 also belt change brake check and I have great luck using LUCAS fluids for increasing life of all engine and trans components, can be found at local parts store they work very well if you take care of this jeep it will last for a very long time
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
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