Many families like sport utility vehicles and the Jeep Grand Cherokee falls into that category. Production started in 1993 and continues today. Keeping your Jeep’s windshield clean helps you see better for a safer trip with your family. Using your windshield washer fluid helps you do this, but sometimes leaks occur in the reservoir and you may need to replace it.
Tools Used: Tools, Windshield washer reservoir, Seals, Screwdriver, 10mm socket wrench
Replace Windshield Washer Reservoir
Find the part number for your windshield washer reservoir. The part number depends on the year of your Jeep Grand Cherokee. Get the part by either ordering it from the dealer or online or getting it from a salvage yard. Put the SUV in park and turn it off. Don’t forget to remove the keys. While still in the driver’s seat, reach under the instrument panel–on your left side–and pull the hood release.