2001 Jeep Cherokee 4.0
I've had a couple problems. Needed a starter, universal joints, and the fuel pump has low pressure, so I have to turn the key on and off a couple of times to pressurize the lines.
Front speakers don't work, and the driver's window grinds the gears when it closes all the way.
I LOVE my Jeep. This is our second one (both black), but we totaled the first one. I would recommend it to anyone.
But I can't complain for 258,000 miles on it, and only paying 500 bucks. But she's still going strong, and I go off roading a lot.
I will definitely buy another Jeep. It's perfect in mud and snow, and snappy when you put it to the floor.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 18th February, 2013
Front speakers not working, are usually because the speaker wire in the wire harness that runs from the chassis into the door, is corroded or broken.
The windows working only with the driver's module is usually because the driver's door module; the multi switch for windows, locks and mirrors; has a fatigued solder joint. An new module is about $70. But the solder joint can also be, carefully, re-soldered.
These are all standard problems with the last generation of Cherokees.