Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Converting to a 4 wheel drive will take several thousands of dollars in parts and several more thousands in labor. It requires a front axle and driveshaft transfer case, transmission, new electonics in some cases, drilling of holes thru the floor. Converting a 2wd to a 4 wd is almost unheard of because of the cost involved. If you really need a 4 wd, sell the Jeep and get a 4wd Jeep. Sorry if this is bad news
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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