The Jeep Grand Cherokee grille is attached to the its reinforcement at the front of the vehicle, making it more rigid and increasing its durability. The grille is constructed from plastic and can crack or break with an impact, necessitating replacement of the grille itself. Replacement grilles can be purchased at your local dealership. You might be able to obtain a good used part from a salvage yard, however, and save yourself a significant amount of money.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Metric socket set
- Phillips screwdriver
Open the bonnet of your Grand Cherokee and locate the two bolts on the top of the radiator support that secure the grille to its reinforcement and radiator support.
Remove the two upper mounting bolts from the grille with a 10-millimeter socket and ratchet. Set the bolts aside.
Locate the retaining screws on the front of the grille. There are three screws inside the vertical slats of the grille.
Remove the retaining screws from the front of the grille with a Phillips screwdriver and remove the grille from the front of the Jeep.
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