Originally Posted by 1973Commando
(Read the first line of my first post in this thread)
I am not sure what you mean, On October 9th, I downloaded the manual from the link you have shown above. I posted the page from the manual I downloaded from the link above. That is where I got the Owner's Manual. I clicked on the Owner's Manual Download Link on that page(illustrated below), for the 2014 Grand Cherokee. Someone here noted the new edition had been posted, that is when I downloaded it. Naturally, when I wanted to find the Torque to use with my torque wrench, I looked for the Torque page; I posted a copy of the page from that manual. Note: The Forth Edition shows a torque of 110 on page 534 the Fifth edition shows a Torque of 130 on page 538.
The User's Guide edition that came with my car and the User's Guide and Owner Manual 3rd edition that I had seen prior to my original post all said 110. As you said, the newest version of the Owner's Manual, 5th edition, says 130.
I went to Jeep's site to see if both the Owner's Manual and User's Guide had been updated to a 5th edition and to compare the two. Only the Owner's Manual 5th edition is available on Jeep's web site. They haven't updated the User's Guide yet.
It could be a typo in the Owner's Manual 5th edition or it could be that Jeep engineers changed the recommended torque from 110 to 130. I would think that if they had done this that a TSB would be issued.
Personally, I'm sticking with 110 for now until we find out more.