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Jeep Patriot Service Manuals


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About The Jeep Patriot

The Jeep Patriot was produced for 10 years between 2006 and 2016, occupying the compact crossover SUV segment of the auto market.

It was built alongside the Compass which shared many of the same mechanical components, the Compass continues to be built to this day.

Chrysler also used the platform for the Dodge Caliber which ran for just 5 years between 2007 and 2012.

The Patriot sold well even up to the year it was discontinued but Jeep wanted to streamline the number of lines they had running to save costs.

You could purchase the Patriot as a two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive with offroad capability optionally improved with the Freedom Drive II upgrade.

There were just 2 gasoline engines on offer in the United States but customers outside of that region had the additional option of 2 turbodiesel engines too.

Transmissions inside the Patriot could be either a manual, automatic or a special CVT that works with the four-wheel-drive system.

In order to appeal to a wide range of budgets the compact crossover SUV was offered with the following trims:

  • Sport – the entry-level option with manually opening windows and locks
  • Latitude – that added power windows and leather accessories such as a wrapped steering wheel
  • Limited – the top of the range trim with a power sunroof and powered driver seat

In 2011 the car received a facelift that improved upon the exterior and interior appearances and added several new trims such as the Sport Plus and Overland.

A 70th Anniversary Edition trim was also available for a short time during 2011 that featured a premium sound system and lift-gate speakers.