1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee - Fully Loaded in Cleveland, TN

1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee - Fully Loaded

Here for sale is a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo. It has the Inline 6 4.0-liter engine with 164xxx original miles.The features: this WJ Grand Cherokee features an automatic transmission, the Selec-Trac II 4WD, the towing package, nice leather seats, power windows, 6-way adjustable power seats, warm heat, cold AC, AM/FM/CD stereo, and rubber Jeep floor mats.The mechanics: under the hood, this Jeep is practically brand-new. Any time I did a part replacement, I replaced nearby and related parts in hope of "heading off" any problems before they arose. As such, it has had the following parts installed in the last year or less: (1) starter, (2) front brake calipers and pads, (3) radiator, (4) water pump, (5) fan clutch, (6) timing chain, (7) brake booster, (8) battery, (9) alternator, (10) radiator hoses, (11) air filter, (12) throttle position sensor, (13) idle air control motor, (14) O-rings and oil caps, (15) thermostat, and (16) interior front-door speakers. The fantastic thing about these replacements is that you don't have to replace these parts yourself for a very long time, nor pay a mechanic to install any of them. This is over $1000 in new parts over the past couple of years, plus the hours of labor it would cost to have them installed by any mechanic. The tires are filled with nitrogen instead of air, which improves fuel mileage and slows an air leak in the event of a blowout.Regarding offroading, buying an "already-modded" Jeep is typically a very bad idea because you never can know what the person who modded it did to it, or if they installed their lift kits and aftermarket parts correctly. The advantage to this Jeep being a "virgin" to offroad or aftermarket modding is that (1) you get the satisfaction of doing it yourself to your specifications! and (2) you can be sure that it is done correctly and are not "left in the dark" regarding its offroad modification history.The downsides: The Jeep's remote-unlock is finicky and periodically will require four or five clicks on the button to register the presses. The driver's door control panel bezel is not completely flush with the door panel itself. Most importantly, the "clock spring" inside the steering wheel is broken, which means that none of the steering wheel's electrical functions work properly: the horn (being pressed) and cruise control, primarily. The horn will still beep when locked or when the alarm is triggered, but it will not honk if you press on the steering wheel.Despite this Jeep's minor flaws, the Inline 6 motors run FOREVER and can be counted on for thousands of miles, even at this age. A close friend of mine who owns this same model Jeep from the same year just crossed 300,000 miles on his and still going strong! This Jeep is definitely the one for you if you want a clean, nicely-driving Jeep with the leather interior and a large number of new parts that you don't have to replace again for a very long time. The asking price is $5500, which is somewhat negotiable. Call me in order to negotiate the sale of this Jeep today!

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