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Jeep Cherokee/Grand Cherokee owners

Are you a proud owner of a Cherokee or Grand Cherokee and your looking for
a way to revise the fade on your lower/outer body panels? After trying just about everything on the market including spray dyes, armorall and other sprays on the market, we have found a solution for you! Crown makes a product called Boiled Linseed Oil that will bring your fade back to shine!! You can pick it up in local hardware stores generally located in the paint section.  It will cost you approx $8.00 for a can which is a very cheap investment for the look that you will achieve. Give it a try on your Jeep Cherokee/Grand Cherokee Laredo editions and let us know the results!!

Chrysler PowerTech engine

The 4.7-liter version was the first of this family, appearing in the 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee.  It has a cast iron block and aluminum heads with two valves per cylinder. It uses a chain-driven overhead camshaft which produces 235 hp and 295 lb ft of torque.  The combination of an iron block and aluminum head produces more hp & torque including faster throttle response generated from the overhead cam.  However, if not maintained properly, this engine is susceptable to major internal damage. You can’t beat the hp & torque although it is not as forgiving as the previous 5.2 & 5.9 V8 engines which were solid cast iron allowing much more abuse.
The PowerTech was on the Ward’s 10 Best Engines list for 1999.


Jeeps with “Altitude”

In January, Jeep introduced a distinctive, “blacked-out” concept Grand Cherokee at the Houston Auto Show and connected with consumers to name the model.  With more than 100,000 entries from enthusiasts of the brand – which boasts more than 2 million Facebook fans – “Altitude” emerged as the

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What is first on your list of Jeep Mods?

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