No need to install a hitch... Chrysler is giving them away to us now!!!
Crysler Blog - Recall info
Chrysler Group will conduct a voluntary safety recall of 1.56 million 1993-1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee and 2002-07 Jeep Liberty vehicles for supplemental improvement in low-speed crashes. All 1.56 million vehicles will be inspected. If a vehicle doesn’t have a trailer-hitch assembly, Chrysler Group dealers will install a new trailer-hitch assembly to better manage crash forces in low-speed impacts.
Aftermarket trailer hitches will be inspected, and if the hitch is determined to be inadequate or if it has sharp edges, it will be replaced with a new trailer-hitch assembly. While vehicles with factory-installed and Mopar trailer-hitch assemblies will be inspected, it is likely that those vehicles will require no further action.
Chrysler will conduct a customer satisfaction action for the 1999-2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee to inspect aftermarket trailer hitches for any sharp edges and, if necessary, replace with a new trailer-hitch assembly. Owners of 1999-2004 Jeep Grand Cherokees do not need to bring in their vehicles for inspection if it doesn’t have a trailer hitch, or if it has a factory-installed or Mopar trailer hitch.
As Info, I'll be getting a hitch from them. I looked under the jeep today and realized that the Right side of the hitch is RUSTED OUT! Pics will be included when it's done!