The Grand Cherokee ZJ offers a lot of game for its age. Many ZJ owners lament the fact that they are not made any longer.
The Grand Cherokee ZJ offers a lot of game for its age. Many ZJ owners lament the fact that they are not made any longer. To keep your ZJ happy and healthy, it is important to keep up with the fuel servicing, which includes checking engine transmission fluid levels, making sure the filters are switched out when needed, and keeping fuel injectors and sensors functioning at optimal levels. The fuel system in your Grand Cherokee is crucial to the continued performance of the vehicle and putting off this important routine maintenance can cause long term damage. All you need to know in order to do most of the fuel service maintenance yourself are the various specs for your model year of ZJ. Most can be used interchangeably, but it is still best to verify before making a purchase. We’ve provided a handy reference chart below to make the task easier.
|All Engines||87 Octane or Higher, Unleaded||23 Gallons / 87 Liters|