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The information shown was released on April 7, 2004. All dimensions are in inches (millimeters) unless otherwise noted. All dimensions measured at curb weight with standard tires and wheels. See our main 2005-07 Grand Cherokee page!
Fuel injection on all Chrysler engines is electronically controlled, sequential (one port at a time), and returnless (there is a fuel line going to the engine, but none returning - a system first used by Chrysler on the 1995 Neon). For more, see our 3.7, 4.7, and Hemi pages.
2004 and 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Engines
4.0 I-6 (2004)
3.7 V-6 (2005)
A. Meets LEV II evaporative emission requirements in California, New York, Massachusetts, Maine, and Vermont. Meets Tier 2, Bin 5 emission requirements and Clean Fuel Fleet Certification (CCF-LEV) in all other states.
B. 4 X 2 meets LEV II evaporative emission requirements in California, New York, Massachusetts, Maine, and Vermont. 4 x 2 meets Tier 2 Bin 9A emissions requirements and Clean Fuel Fleet Certification (CCF-LEV) in all other states. 4 x 4 meets LEV II evaporative emission requirements in California, New York, Massachusetts, Maine, and Vermont. 4 x 4 meets Tier I evaporative emissions in all other states and Clean Fuel Fleet Certification (CCF-LEV.) Meets Euro IV in international markets.
Both New Venture transfer cases have an electronically controlled clutch-pack torque transfer type center differential, and a front-rear torque split of 48/52.
The single-speed NV140 is included with the V6 and has full time four wheel drive.
The two-speed, electronically shifted NV245 is included with V8s. The low range ratio is 2.72. Operating modes are 4x4 low (lock), neutral, and full-time active 4x4.
For more transmission details, see the main Grand Cherokee page.
The 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee was produced at the Jefferson North Assembly Plant in Detroit, starting in the third quarter of 2004. Assembly for markets outside North America began in the first quarter of 2005 at the Magna Steyr assembly plant in Graz, Austria.
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