Model:Grand Cherokee
Mileage:149000 M
***PRICE DROP: $5k

I'll be looking to sell fairly soon, so I wanted to post this now. I bought this Jeep from auction and it had been in an accident. By and large, the damage from this has been addressed. It drives straight after a 4 wheel alignment, passes inspection no problems, even has a rebuilt title. The only real issue I haven't taken more time to try and fix, and mostly because it's cosmetic, is the alignment of the rear hatch. Other than that, I have invested a lot of time and money in this Jeep because I genuinely liked it. But at this point, I'm ready to move into something bigger and more comfortable for me. Here's a pretty exhaustive list, where the majority of this work was done in the summer of 2021:

•Rebuilt cylinder heads (intake valve seats redone and peened in place, hydraulic lash adjusters cleaned and inspected, valve stem seals replaced, surface milled flat; receipt available)
•Oil pump replaced (Melling)
•Cloyes timing chain kit installed
•Water pump replaced (Melling)
•All engine seals replaced (minus rear main; Felpro)
•All chassis grounds cleaned and/or replaced
•IAT sensor replaced
•TPS and IAC replaced
•Oil sending unit replaced
•Radiator replaced and upgraded to all-aluminum 2-row core (superior cooling)
•New heater hoses and radiator hoses and serpentine belt
•Hydraulic cooling fan replaced with new electric fan and new mechanical fan combo
•PS pump replaced and complete flush done
•Brake reservoir removed and cleaned, and brake fluid flush
•New brake rotors and pads
•New brake booster
•All 4 O2 sensors replaced
•All shocks/struts replaced (Monroe)
•All tie rod ends and steering damper replaced (MOOG)
•Fuel injectors replaced with upgraded 12-hole Denso remans (P/N: 12582704)
•New battery (Duralast Gold)
•New Bosch starter
•New battery cables and terminals
•Transmission filter change and fluid swap
•Rear differential fluid swap (2WD model)
•Rear axle seals and bearings replaced (Timken)
•New fuel pump
•New fuel filter
•All HVAC actuators replaced
•DualZone to SingleZone conversion performed with high quality aluminum piece
•Backup camera added with aftermarket double DIN stereo, all wiring routed through roof and down A-pillar for completely invisible installation)
•New aftermarket headlights with LED conversions
•New fog lights
•New lift struts for hood, rear gate, and rear glass
•4 wheel alignment done
•New tires (<4 months ago)

Hoping for $6k but will entertain offers. It is rust free and solid.

Forgot to mention: with asking price met (or at least not straying too far from it), I will include the original hydraulic fan setup (was working when pulled), spare AZC unit, unopened heater core and condenser still in boxes.