2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited Editon V8 from North America




Nothing. This car has had no problems. Unless you count that since it's black leather interior, I have to weekly 'dust' it...

General Comments:

Love it love it love it. This car is fast, safe, reliable, dependable and easy to maintain. The cabin area is nice. I don't love the center console, but it is very large. I feel safe while driving in this vehicle. I have taken it up to 110 mph to test it and it runs excellent! I would highly recommend this Limited Edition Grand Cherokee.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 28th July, 2007

2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Lerado 4.0 Gas from Italy


Great Car


I have 40,808 miles on my 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee.. When I start engine the oil pressure gauge needle does not move. (It stays lying down on left side of gauge. After about 5 minutes it moves towards the top of gauge, then hovers back and forth between the bottom left, and top for another minute or two before settling down at approximately correct pressure (straight up). The pressure stays correct, until I shut off engine and then restart.

I solved this problem by replacing the Oil Pressure Sensor that controls the gauge. (MOPAR Part # 1-04868672AA) The sensor is inexpensive, located on the passenger side of the engine block, near the firewall, and screws into the side of engine (and you have to plug the electrical wire that connects it to the gauge back in of course).

General Comments:

Other than this problem, I am very happy with my Grand Cherokee.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 25th June, 2007

2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.0L from North America


Engine Light is the only thing that works!


Only 33,000 miles....

1. Faulty fuel injector caused misfire.. Engine light triggered. Injector replaced at no cost..

2. Faulty coil caused misfire.. Engine light triggered a second time. Coil replaced at no cost.

3. Engine light on, for third time. Combustion chambers need to be cleaned due to carbon, or so I'm told by a Jeep dealership. Combustion chambers cleaned.

4. Engine light triggered for the fifth time this MONTH.. Dealership states vehicle needs all new valves... Wow, what a suprise..

General Comments:

I find it interesting that everyone who loves Grand Cherokee's have under 30,000 miles.. I plan to trade this Jeep in before the windows stop working, or the rotors warp as was the case for many others.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know

Review Date: 4th March, 2007

1st Sep 2007, 19:29

I had the same issue with "carbon" build up in the valves...

2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4.0 from North America


Not a bad car - expected better 4-wheel drive system!


Replacement of power steering pump under warranty by dealership.

General Comments:

Overall not a bad vehicle - comfortable and reliable.

Took car to dealer to verify that Quadra Trac II system was working. Tires spin on slick surfaces, VERY poor in the snow. Dealer stated that all was working correctly and functioning as designed. This is quite possibly the worst full-time four wheel drive system I have ever owned! My wife's Toyota RAV is hands down a better vehicle in the snow.

Not what I expected from Jeep!

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No

Review Date: 11th February, 2007

20th May 2007, 07:42

Curious, what tires were you running? I believe Jeep to have an excellent all wheel drive, granted you are running the correct type of tires. Cheers, hope you worked it out.

22nd Jul 2007, 12:10

Jeep comes stock with extremely poor tires mostly Goodyear st. They are junk, get new tieres you go anywhere in the snow with decent all terrains.

2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee 6 cylinder from North America


It's a Jeep thing; I love it


Only general maintenance.

General Comments:

My 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee has been a very reliable ride for the past 3 years. I now have 75,000 miles, & have had no problems whatsoever with it.

I replaced tires with Michelin radials @ 60,000, and @ 65,000 I replaced front brake pads and rotors. Rotors were worn past turnability, so new ones were required.

I get ~18 miles per gallon average & I expect to run this thing to at least 150,000 miles before I sell or trade.

This is my second Jeep product, & most certainly I will buy another one. My brother is a retired Chrysler employee, & as his relative I get the employee discount. I can't afford to, nor would I insult my brother by going to Toyota or Nissan.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 8th January, 2007