Jeep Service Manuals
The term “Jeep” comes from a model produced by Willys to be used on the battlefield during World War 2. After the war had finished the model was launched to the public and the company embraced the name for the overall brand. For modern versions of the Jeep lineup, you can find service manuals available on this site for free in PDF format.
Browse by Jeep Model (8 in total)
CherokeeStarting as a trim for the Wagoneer, the Cherokee became its own line shortly after when it was released in the mid-1970s. Over the years it has evolved into a compact SUV and then finally in 2013 to a compact crossover SUV
CommanderUsing the Grand Cherokee as a base, the Commander was a 5 or 7 seat version of the mid-size SUV. A variety of different trims and offroad packages helped the car sell but it was only on the market for just 5 years from 2006
CompassThe Compass was built alongside its near-twin model the Patriot as the company's two compact crossover SUVs. The Patriot was dropped but this Compass continues to be produced after receiving a major redesign in 2018
Grand CherokeeIntended as a replacement for the Cherokee, the Grand Cherokee ended up running alongside it. It first entered the market in 1993 and is now in its fifth generation boasting a 19-speaker sound system and massaging front seats
LibertyIn 2002 the Liberty took over from the Cherokee in the USA. It was the company's compact SUV in that region but in 2012 it was discontinued and the Cherokee brought back in. It went through two generations of design with many different levels of trim
PatriotIn 2006 the Patriot was introduced as a twin model to the Compass, sharing many of the same components. It ran for 10 years and was offered with many trim options including the Sport, Latitude and Limited
RenegadeIn 2014 Jeep began producing the Renegade, a subcompact crossover SUV with optional offroad capability and great safety ratings. The roof of this model can be removed to mimic the open-top experience of the Wrangler
WranglerIntroduced in the mid-1980s, the Wrangler replaced the CJ and continues to evolve thanks to its inclusion of comfort and safety features with each new version. A plug-in-hybrid version called the 4xe was introduced for the first time in 2021
Jeep has continued to thrive as a brand each decade since it switched from military vehicles to domestic ones.
Starting with the standard Jeep model after the second world war, the company quickly got into other versions such as the Station Wagon and Truck. They also tried to launch a passenger car called the Willys Aero but this proved to be such a failure it led to the company being bought out by Kaiser Motors in 1953.
This new venture then resulted in a name change to Kaiser-Jeep until AMC bought it in 1970 and ran it simply as “Jeep”.
Jeep has changed hands over the years as many large automobile brands attempt to get their hands on it with varying goals.
Nowadays the brand is owned by Stellantis who also own Fiat, Dodge, Ram and Chrysler to name a few.
Currently, the brand is being focused on traditional SUVs, crossover SUVs and even has a pickup truck in its lineup for the first time since the 1990s.
- Models: 8