2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reliability Rating

KEY: Minimal Problems Minimal Problems Moderate Problems Moderate Problems Significant Problems Significant Problems

Category

Rating

Comments

Engine

Moderate Problems Occasional problems on this vehicle are failures of the Cooling Fan Relay and the Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor (4.0L engine only). Failure of the CMP Sensor will prevent the engine from starting. The cost to replace the Cooling Fan Relay is estimated at $65.00 for parts and $104.00 for labor. The cost to repair the CMP Sensor is estimated at $57.10 for parts and $52.00 for labor. All prices are estimates based on $65.00 per flat rate hour and do not include diagnostic time or any applicable sales tax.

Transmission & Driveline

Minimal Problems Infrequent problems reported, all with low repair costs.

Steering & Suspension

Minimal Problems Infrequent problems reported, all with low repair costs.

Brakes

Moderate Problems An occasional problem on this vehicle is warping of the front Brake Rotors. The cost to replace the front Brake Rotors and updated Brake Pads is estimated at $246.00 for parts and $123.50 for labor. All prices are estimates based on $65.00 per flat rate hour and do not include diagnostic time or any applicable sales tax.

Heating & Air Conditioning

Moderate Problems An occasional problem on this vehicle is the failure of the Blend Air Door. Failure of the Blend Air Door is identified in Jeep TSB #24-001-04. The cost to repair the Blend Air Door is estimated at $130.00 for parts and $338.00 for labor. All prices are estimates based on $65.00 per flat rate hour and do not include diagnostic time or any applicable sales tax.

Starting & Charging

Minimal Problems Infrequent problems reported, all with low repair costs.

Accessories

Moderate Problems An occasional problem on this vehicle is the failure of the Seat Heater (when equipped). The cost to replace the Seat Heater is $130.00 for parts and $91.00 for labor. All prices are estimates based on $65.00 per flat rate hour and do not include diagnostic time or any applicable sales tax.

Overall

4 out of 5 4 out of 5

*Repair costs are based on a flat rate of $65.00 per hour and do not include diagnostic time or any applicable sales tax.

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KEY: Minimal Problems Minimal Problems  Moderate Problems Moderate Problems  Significant Problems Significant Problems
Click year for details: 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Engine Moderate Problems Moderate Problems Moderate Problems Minimal Problems Minimal Problems Moderate Problems
Transmission & Driveline Moderate Problems Moderate Problems Minimal Problems Moderate Problems Moderate Problems Minimal Problems
Steering & Suspension Minimal Problems Minimal Problems Minimal Problems Minimal Problems Minimal Problems Moderate Problems
Brakes Moderate Problems Moderate Problems Moderate Problems Minimal Problems Minimal Problems Minimal Problems
Heating & Air Conditioning Moderate Problems Moderate Problems Moderate Problems Moderate Problems Moderate Problems Minimal Problems
Starting & Charging Minimal Problems Minimal Problems Minimal Problems Minimal Problems Minimal Problems Minimal Problems
Accessories Minimal Problems Minimal Problems Moderate Problems Moderate Problems Moderate Problems Minimal Problems
Overall 4 out of 5 4 out of 5 4 out of 5 4 out of 5 4 out of 5 5 out of 5
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