Re: 2005 Jeep GC 5.7L Starter upgrades?
I think the consensus here is that the OEM starter is the way to go. That being said, depending on your symptoms, your starter may not actually be dead. If you're just getting clicks, it's probably just corroded connections (many on this forum can attest to this). Mine was totally unreliable at 85k until I had them install a block heater and clean the connections at the same time (since it requires removal of the starter). Ever since then (2yrs ago and at 105k now) it's been starting like a brand new Jeep.
'05 WK GC 5.7L HEMI, Goodyear Wrangler SilentArmors, Monroe Reflex Front Struts/Monroe Load Adjusting Rear Shocks, EBC Drilled/Slotted Sport Rotors, Wagner Ceramic Brake Pads, Taylor Shorties, SRT8 Stock CAI Conversion, K&N Drop-in, Block Heater, 18.5% Tint All Around, Boston SE Speakers, 12" Alpine Type-R Sub w/ sealed box w/ RF PRIME R1000-1D, ScanGauge II w/ windshield mount, BT Catch Can w/custom bracket, Swagman Fork Mount Bicycle Rack, WeatherTech front floor liners, SRT8 Pedal Covers, eBay full LED lighting kit, Custom MDS Indicator LED Light, Mega Raizin Voltage Stabilizer & Grounding Kit, Challenger IAT Sensor, Escort Passport 9500ix, Python 5706P RS/Security/KE w/ extras, SA 5 switch panel, Fumoto Oil Valve, Overland WG Steering wheel.