I don't know if my 2013 jeep grand cherokee is 2wd, 4wd or Awd. How do I find out?
Is my 2013 jeep grand cherokee 2wd, 4wd or Awd?
- Mike SLv 78 years agoFavourite answer
Pretty simple really....look at the shifter for the main transmission....if you see a lever to the left of it...then you have 4wd....Source(s): 2001 Jeep Cherokee Sport Owner - - 298,000 miles
- Anonymous3 years ago
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- HollyLv 44 years ago
2013 jeep grand cherokee 2wd 4wd awd find
- 8 years ago
You may want to call the Jeep Customer Call Center with the last eight of your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) and they will be able to advise you if your vehicle is a 2WD, 4WD or an AWD.
If you have the Monroney Label (window sticker) it would be listed on there also.
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- Desert DustLv 78 years ago
How do you buy a new Jeep vehicle and not know if it's 2WD, 4WD or AWD? Look at the window sticker or decode the VIN.
- daniel_m_libichLv 45 years ago
How did you get a new grand Cherokee without verifying what drivetrain you have? If you do have 4WD there would be a 4X4 sticker on the liftgate as behind the gear shift lever there would be the terrain selector as buttons for low range are also there.
- 8 years ago
Jeep Grand cherokee Laredo, limited, overland and overland summit has 4x2 and 4x4 model, only SRT8 use only 4x4.
to see if it is 4WD or not can be seen next to the gear lever, there is a button for the selection of terrain.
On the dashboard panel can also be known when the 4WD on or off.
To know more see your manual book or visit jeep website, if you need more info about jeep history and how to repair your jeep visit below.Source(s): http://www.repairmanual.net.au/jeep/
- 8 years ago
If its a grand cherokee chances are that it is 4wd because it is a jeep, on the tailgate their should be a 4x4 symbol that will show you if the car is, even though its a pretty safe bet it is
- Anonymous6 years ago
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