Question about 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Bad news. Gotta remove the bumper. Does not make logical sense but the geniuses in detroit/tokyo/hamburg seem to have their heads up their tailpipe.
Its a pain in the a$$ if you are looking for an easy fix. Otherwise take it to dealer and pay $150 per light and another $300 for labor. If you are mech gifted, (1) remove grill, (2) remove radiator top 'retainer' (looks like top of radiotr), (3) remove tublular 'braces' holding bumper onto frame in grill area, (4) climb under car and remove press in "rivets" holding bottom of bumper onto bottom of frame. Not sure what to do next.....
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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