26th Mar 2009, 20:21

I have a 2000 Jeep Cherokee Sports with 93000 miles, have loved this car but a few problems that keep recurring. The gages will all drop to 0 and the odometer will say "no buS", sometimes I can push the odometer button and it comes back on. The machanic that has fixed it twice does not know the problem but every time I go there it works OK. Is this a fuse or what? I pulled out the 15 amp fuse under the hude and replaced, now the blinkers do not work.

19th May 2009, 13:07

That labor rate seems fair. And don't get frustrated with your Cherokee Sport. It is the absolute most solid best Jeep ever made. Even if costs 1 to 2k per year to keep her running it is worth it. I am so mad they got rid of this proven stellar straight 6 machine.

10th Feb 2010, 18:19

My Jeep has issues with window controls that do not work.

Automatic lock on drivers side not working, and turn signals work sometimes, depends on the temperature outdoors.

Any suggestions and cost to repair these problems?

Otherwise love my Jeep.

7th Jun 2010, 17:29

2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport - 130,000. Have had problems with check engine light going on. Right before the light goes on the vehicle shakes. Light is usually solid. Yesterday the light was blinking and the Jeep shook all the way to the dealership. Have been having problems about every two weeks. Dealership today said that they reset the light, drove the vehicle, and no problems. Previous code was #3 cylinder misfire and they installed a shield ignition cable. Today the code was #5??

25th Jun 2010, 12:35

I'm replacing my evaporator and heater cores on my 2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport, and I have the dash pulled out, but I still have some type of casing blocking the core to where I can't access them. Don't know how to remove the black plastic covering.

4th Dec 2010, 14:12

I also have a Jeep Cherokee Sport with around 132000 miles, and the passenger side window control is quite finicky, and the AC kicked the bucket 50k miles ago, the headlights are also dim no matter what lights I put in. I believe it to be a problem with how much power is getting to the lights, but other than those few things, it's a fantastic vehicle, it's solid, dependable, and is by far the best deep-snow vehicle I've ever used.