Category: Jeep

Limp Mode After Oil Cooler Seals on OM642

If you are experiencing limp mode after replacing the oil cooler seals on your OM642 engine in the Jeep Grand Cherokee CRD, Sprinter Vans or Mercedes BlueTEC models the good news is that it is probably an easy fix.

CRD Glow Plugs – 5 Volt or 7 Volt?

If your Jeep Liberty CRD needs replacement glow plugs, you might be confused by the different options, including choosing 5 volt or 7 volt editions.  This guide will walk you through making the right choice.

2017 Ecodiesels Approved for Sale

The Ecodiesel is back! In late July the EPA gave official approval for Fiat-Chrysler to resume selling model year 2017 Ram 1500 and Jeep Grand Cherokee Ecodiesel models.  This bring to a close what at first some assumed to be a “Dieselgate Part 2” follow up to VW, complete with buybacks and fines.  However, according ...

2007-2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee CRD Quick Look

With the dieselgate scandal ongoing for VW, many diesel owners have traded their vehicles in and thought, like all diesel drivers do from time to time, “What diesel should I buy now?” For those of you interested in something with a little more power, off road, and towing capacity, we suggest the 2007-2008 Jeep Grand ...

Biodiesel: A Guide

Biodiesel is an exciting alternative fuel that can be used as a supplement to traditional diesel fuel that offers dramatically lower emissions and is renewable.  But, running it isn’t always simple.  This guide overviews some biodiesel basics and which cars should or should not use biodiesel.

The Best Diesel Fuel Additives

There are many, many different fuel additives available for diesels. A quick google search or a stroll down the aisle at your local parts store will give you plenty of options from which to choose.  Are they necessary and which one is the best?

Bosch vs. ETecno Glow Plugs – Liberty CRD

Corey explains and compares different glow plug options for a Jeep Liberty CRD. Related Parts ETECNO Glow Plug Bosch Glow Plug

Brake Rotor Basics

On modern VWs, whenever you replace your brake pads, you should also replace your brake rotors. This is because brake rotors become scored from use, and a pad might not seat correctly on a worn rotor. Below we highlight a few key characteristics of brake rotors and show you what to look for when buying.