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2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland WJ 4.7l v8 H.O. - $10,900 (Hayward)

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condition: excellent
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: 4wd
fuel: gas
odometer: 171200
paint color: silver
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: offroad
Clean Title, Registration good till Jun 23, 2025.
https://cargur.us/13TPNz

This Jeep Grand Cherokee is a rare trim Overland, with 4.7L High Output V8, yields 265 horsepower and 325 ft/lb of torque, 14/20 mpg, average at 15 mpg, and last model year of WJ in great condition, such as comfortably cold AC and smooth and fun driving, there might be some plays on the steering, TBH the experience would be different than a daily grocery car just FYI.

Built with both front and rear Dana axles, limited slip differentials and 247N transfer case and Jeep's Quadra-Drive System*, this Jeep Grand Cherokee is almost as rock-climbing capable as Jeep Wranglers which is lack of V8 options except for Rubicon 392 while the Grand Cherokee (up till WJ) is superior at the sofa like power 8-way driver seat w/ memory and 8-way passenger seat. Overall it delivers a unique off-roading experience, i.e. capable and comfortable.

2" lift and Bilstein Struts, best-in-class maintained since obtained in late 2021 with new tires, replaced ball joints and bushings, front door weatherstrips, internal LED lights, control arms, ball joints and bushings, spark plugs and ignition coil, battery, water pump, intake hoses, engine and transmission mounts, starter, transfer case and differential fluid, coolant flush, routine full synthetic oil change, etc.

No car is perfect, there are some issues with this Jeep.
1. It might steer a little hard at the beginning of the drive for 1 minute until all the fluid running through and get heated up, steering fluid level is good, probably how hydraulic steering power system work.
2. It "farts" a couple times after 30 seconds the power is turned off, blend door actuator, Jeep WJ's common issue is the blame, as long as you get right off the car, you won't notice it.
3. Spare tire has a TPMS sensor which is out leaving over head display throws a warning about it, 4 tires sensors are working properly so nothing to worry about.

*Quadra Drive System: On-demand 4WD System https://wjbible.com/tcases.html#QUADRA

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