Typical Issues with the 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee and Their Repair Costs

For the 2007 Grand Cherokee, key recalls on factory equipment involved the front brake calipers and the anti-lock brake control module. These defects posed collision risks, however, Jeep dealers offer complimentary replacements for either the caliper or ABS module in affected vehicles.

Owners of the older 2007 Grand Cherokees have frequently encountered issues with the Power Control Module (PCM), leading to unexpected stalling, sometimes at high speeds. This is distinct from the Total Integrated Power Module (TIPM)—a collection of fuses and relays under the hood—where a genuine Mopar TIPM costs approximately $1,000 from a dealership. That said, some services offer to rebuild your TIPM for around a third of that price.

A further prevalent issue involves the Sentry Key Remote Entry Module (SKREEM), crucial for the vehicle’s security system to recognize the key fob before starting the engine. Dealership repairs for this can be expensive, and obtaining a quick fix can be challenging. These electronic issues are among the most frequent and vexing problems with the 2007 Grand Cherokee, presenting significant troubleshooting challenges and repair costs.

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