Trailer Hitch Receiver for Grand Cherokee WK2
*Does not include orders shipped to AK, HI, & PR
*Not valid on skid plates, rock rails, bumpers, body kits, some cargo liners, soft tops and certain oversize items.
|2011-2019||Grand Cherokee WK2|
SRT8 Hitch Bezel CoverHitch Bezel Cover for 2012-2018 SRT8 Grand Cherokee models when adding a hitch.
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Taking a sawzall to the bumper of your brand new car is certainly unnerving, but I've done two of these now with no problems at all. Just go slow and be careful.
My jeep had the wire connections pre run so I only needed the plug to bring it all together. I also bought a jeep branded hitch cover to finish it off.
Thank you Corey!
Wiring plug is sold separately as well as the ball mount and hitch ball.
Well worth the money to buy the OEM hitch
(DISCLAIMER: It is a little uncomfortable cutting into your bumper, but follow the directions and it'll turn out fine!)
I was impressed with this product.
The installation was straight forward and only took about two hours in my driveway.
I recommend separating the bottom half of the rear fascia from the top so you don‚€™t have to worry about scratching your paint when cutting the hole out.
The old bumper was unbolted and the new receiver bolted on in another 20 min or so. The hardest part by far is cutting the space in the bumper cover for the bezel. I tried four methods, finding a combination of Dremel and utility blade to work best. It can be slow going. You must also be careful if/when cutting from the outside; my blade slipped once and carried a long cut just outside of the area covered by the bezel. Fortunately not noticeable when mounted in place, but the risk of scratching the bumper cover is there (body paint on Overland). Follow the indented lines on the inside very closely and the bezel will pop on fairly easily and look flush. Final fit and function is OEM. Dealer reflashed my ECU (prior to installation, in fact) and it works as expected.