2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Starter
Each 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee relies on a motor that must be started before it can run. To get the engine going, a starter motor draws power from the battery and spins the engine's flywheel enough to start combustion. Starters are built to last for many years, but many fail between 100,000 and 150,000 miles, and when they do, you can't start your vehicle any longer. If you are experiencing startup issues, use AutoZone to source a Jeep Grand Cherokee 2000 starter that will fit properly.
Signs You Have a Failing Car Starter
When the starter motor or solenoid in your Jeep stops functioning, you'll notice several different symptoms occurring around the same time. The first is trouble starting your vehicle. You may notice clicking or grinding noises without engine startup. It's also possible that your engine will start intermittently. Some users notice smoke from the starter or a starter motor that continues to run when the vehicle is running. If you have these problems, it's important to replace your Jeep Grand Cherokee starter as soon as possible. Use AutoZone to locate a compatible starter based on your vehicle's year, make, model, and engine size.
Replacing a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Starter
Once you locate and purchase a replacement starter, you can replace the part. Begin by raising the hood of your vehicle and disconnecting the negative cable on the battery. Now locate the starter motor down below the oil dipstick on the left side of your Jeep's engine compartment. Disconnect the starter's power wire, then unbolt it and pull the part out. Bolt the new component in, attach the wire and connect the negative wire on the battery to finish the starter replacement.
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