Watch out for bad O2 sensors
By Riggs on
Vehicle1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4dr SUV 4WD
ReviewI've had to replace both O2 sensors in
a span of less than 6 months. Jeeps
have two of them. It will cost you
over $200 bucks to change each O2
sensor unless you know how to change it
yourself. Steering is a problem. When
making tight turns the front wheels
will shake and pull. Other than that,
the Jeeps are a decent vehicle.
Best FeaturesComfortable, fast,
Worst FeaturesImprove O2 sensor durability, fix steering problem, get rid of the shade bar in the back that prevents hauling of any large items, fix the seats so that adjust to a more upright position,
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