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Jeep Cherokee: 1984 thru 2001 - Cherokee - Wagoneer - Comanche Paperback – Jun 24 2005


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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Cherokee Repair manual Jan. 4 2007
By TFB - Published on Amazon.com
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Very good book to have if you work on your own vehicle. Problems are when you need details for the exact year vehicle your are working on. In other words; if you want to change out the radiator, the book will give you general info on what to do and a general picture of what it looks like, but instructions are not specific for the model year you are working on.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Bummer Purchase Oct. 15 2009
By G. Feulmer - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased this because I bought a 2000 Cherokee with some repairs needed. I wanted to save some money with some DIY repairs. The main repair is that the blower fan does not work. I ordered Haynes b/c chiltons is not available for this vehicle. When I was talking with my mechanic about another car, he said I need to check the relay switch. This book has one paragraph referencing relay switches. Nothing about the specific switch I need to change. I looked up several other issues I wanted to explore and there is nothing. It is all about major repairs or simple service, nothing in between. If it is major, I'd take it to my mechanic and I already know how to change oil and spark plugs. It's the in between that I want to do myself. Live and learn... $23 gone and more to have my mechanic change the relay switch.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Not a "Complete" manual May 27 2009
By Grumpy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Suposed to be based on a complete tear down, doesn't even touch the front or rear diferentials other than changing the lube. If you want to know more about them look elsewhere.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Not best for everyone Dec 2 2008
By G. R. Burns - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Based on reviews here, I decided to purchase both this book and the Chilton equivalent. I assumed that this book would contain more detailed information, since it does not attempt to cover the ZJ and XJ in the same volume. In some instances, this is true. If you are considering (or would ever consider) rebuilding your engine or other serious overhaul work, you should have this book, as there is more information dedicated to the four and six cylinder powerplants used in XJs. (I don't own a Comanche, so I'm not sure, but I get the sense that the Chilton manual gives more specific information for working on the truck suspension). The trouble shooting section of this book is also more complete and easier to use, so if you don't have a good feel for what systems are likely to be responsible for different problems, I would again recommend this manual. However, if your skill level falls somewhere in between these two extremes, I would recommend looking at the Chilton manual first. In nearly every case I've come across while working on my Jeep, the Chilton manual gave better diagnosis (determining the problem with a part rather than just isolating it as a potential source of trouble) and repair instructions than the Haynes Manual. With that said, I would concur with the opinion stated by other reviewers that anyone serious about working on their jeep should own both books.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Too general for many applications. May 28 2007
By Peter A. Tomich - Published on Amazon.com
This book covers too many years (1987-2001), during which AMC owned the Jeep, then Chrysler owned the Jeep, and revised the Jeep every couple years. This book does address some of the more key differences between the 1987-1996 vs. the 1997-2001 models but still falls short. However, it is good resource to get a good idea of how to approach the problem and seems more organized than the Chilton.


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