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Jeep Commander/Compass/Grand Cherokee/Liberty/Wrangler 2007 Factory Service & Shop Manual




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Complete workshop & service manual with electrical wiring diagrams for Jeep Commander, Compass, Grand Cherokee, Liberty, Wrangler 2007. It's the same service manual used by dealers that guaranteed to be fully functional and intact without any missing page.

This Jeep Commander, Compass, Grand Cherokee, Liberty, Wrangler 2007 service & repair manual (including maintenance, overhaul, disassembling & assembling, adjustment, tune-up, operation, inspecting, diagnostic & troubleshooting…) is divided into different sections. Each section covers a specific component or system with detailed illustrations. A table of contents is placed at the beginning of each section. Pages are easily found by category, and each page is expandable for great detail. The printer-ready PDF documents work like a charm on all kinds of devices.

MAKE: Jeep
YEAR: 2007
MODEL: Commander XK, Compass MK, Grand Cherokee WK, Liberty KJ, Wrangler JK

0 Lubrication & Maintenance
2 Suspension
3 Differential & Driveline
5 Brakes
7 Cooling
8A Audio/Video
8B Chime/Buzzer
8E Electronic Control Modules
8F Engine Systems
8G Heated Systems
8H Horn
8I Ignition Control
8J Instrument Cluster
8L Lamps
8M Message Systems
8N Power Systems
8O Restraints
8P Speed Control
8Q Vehicle Theft Security
8R Wipers/Washers
8T Navigation/Telecommunication
8W Wiring
9 Engine
11 Exhaust System
13 Frame & Bumpers
14 Fuel System
19 Steering
21 Transmission and Transfer Case
22 Tires/Wheels
23 Body
24 Heating & Air Conditioning
25 Emissions Control 4.0L/4.7L
Component and System Index
DTC Index
Service Manual Comment Forms (Rear of Manual)
As the fluid that was put into motion by the impeller blades strikes the blades of the turbine, some of the energy and rotational force is transferred into the turbine and the input shaft. This causes both of them (turbine and input shaft) to rotate in a clockwise direction following the impeller. As the fluid is leaving the trailing edges of the turbine’s blades it continues in a “hindering” direction back toward the impeller. If the fluid is not redirected before it strikes the impeller, it will strike the impeller in such a direction that it would tend to slow it down.
Torque multiplication is achieved by locking the stator’s over-running clutch to its shaft. Under stall conditions (the turbine is stationary), the oil leaving the turbine blades strikes the face of the stator blades and tries to rotate them in a counterclockwise direction.
When this happens the over-running clutch of the stator locks and holds the stator from rotating. With the stator locked, the oil strikes the stator blades and is redirected into a “helping” direction before it enters the impeller. This circulation of oil from impeller to turbine, turbine to stator, and stator to impeller, can produce a maximum torque multiplication of about 2.0:1. As the turbine begins to match the speed of the impeller, the fluid that was hitting the stator in such as way as to cause it to lock-up is no longer doing so. In this condition of operation, the stator begins to free wheel and the converter acts as a fluid coupling.