More than 3 Million Units Sold for 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee in North America

Written by Jenny McLane

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Its exterior is marked withrepparttar Jeep brand's signature seven-slot grille, round headlamps and trapezoidal wheel openings. Chrome, gated automatic shifter and a two-tone instrument panel with an easy-to-read instrument cluster and well-crafted seats accentrepparttar 136107 new interior

Safety features include Electronic Stability Program, SmartBeam(TM) headlamps that automatically and quickly adjust high-beam brightness and intensity, All-Speed Traction Control System, advanced multi-stage air bags with an Occupant Classification System and Anti-lock Brakes System.

At Parts train, we offer great selection of aftermarket auto parts, accessories, tools, and maintenance supplies for your Jeep Grand Cherokee. Visit our online auto parts stores at for a huge selection of Jeep parts for all models includingrepparttar 136108 Jeep Cherokee, Liberty, Wrangler, Grand Cherokee, Wagoneer, and more. Our online store stocks thousands of Jeep parts for do-it-yourselfers and professional installers. Find OEM Jeep auto parts, remanufactured parts, new aftermarket parts, used parts, Jeep performance parts, and more. If you are in need of excellent quality Jeep parts fast and easy, drop us, a line and our friendly customer service staff will be glad to give you our best services.

Jenny McLane is a 36 year old native of Iowa and has a knack for research on cars and anything and everything about it. She works full time as a Market Analyst for one of the leading car parts suppliers in the country today.

Storing your Car- Tips to Minimize Damage

Written by D.Demetre

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Forrepparttar electrical system, removerepparttar 136106 battery cables (negative cable first) and lift outrepparttar 136107 battery. Wiperepparttar 136108 battery with battery cleaner to take away any moisture-holding dirt or grease. Placerepparttar 136109 battery on a clean, dry surface, like a block of wood or a stack of bricks. Now hook up a trickle charger. These are designed to preserverepparttar 136110 batteryís charge over a long period of time. Whilerepparttar 136111 battery is out, inspectrepparttar 136112 battery rack for rust or corrosion. Clean and repair any damage as necessary.

Lubricate hood latches, hinges and door hinges white lithium grease to keep air and moisture out. Have a look atrepparttar 136113 brake fluid. Brake fluid will soak up moisture fromrepparttar 136114 air, causing your brake system to rust and corrode. Get it flushed and filled with clean, fresh fluid if it hasnít been done in two years or more. Checkrepparttar 136115 coolant level- ensure it is topped off torepparttar 136116 proper level. Also checkrepparttar 136117 coolantís protection level. It should be low enough to protectrepparttar 136118 cooling system from winter temperatures.

Because rodents and other small animals like to chew ignition wires and wiring harnesses, stuff clean rags intorepparttar 136119 engine air intake, fresh air intake underrepparttar 136120 windshield and tail pipe. A neat trick a mechanic told me about is to get a big box of mothballs and spread them out around and underrepparttar 136121 car- for some reasonrepparttar 136122 smell works wonders at keeping undesirable creatures away.

Tires are prone to developing flat spots ifrepparttar 136123 vehicle will be sitting for longer than five or six months. To prevent this you should get a set of four jack stands. Jack uprepparttar 136124 vehicle and placerepparttar 136125 jack stands underrepparttar 136126 lift points ofrepparttar 136127 vehicle (usuallyrepparttar 136128 lower control arms or underrepparttar 136129 frame) If you have a dirt floor, place pieces of 1" plywood underrepparttar 136130 jack stands to prevent them sinking intorepparttar 136131 dirt.

Removerepparttar 136132 wiper blades fromrepparttar 136133 wiper arms to prevent them from becoming glued torepparttar 136134 windshield and leaving marks. The last thing you need to do is- nothing! Thatís it. Lock up and enjoy knowing your precious car is sleeping in suspended animation, awaiting your return.

D.Demetre is an author and webmaster at, where you can read about car restoration .

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