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Old 06-10-2013, 09:06 PM   #1
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Hey guys and gals! I'm needing some advice on what kind of Jeep to get. Looking for a nice older model Jeep. Looking to spend around $5000 on one. Moving up from a Polaris Ranger 800 (which is for sale btw) to a Jeep!

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Welcome, YJ's or a great deal on the '97, '98 TJ. For $5000, Either way you can't go wrong... Good luck...

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Thank you very much.
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Welcome to the forum! You should be able to find a nice YJ in that budget. Finding a decent TJ maybe too but it will be really high mileage! Good Luck.
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Hey Everyone,
My wife and I purchased a 2000 jeep wrangler 4.0 liter. We are having problems with it starting hard. We purchased it from a dealer so I am assuming they went through the jeep. We turn the key over and you can hear the fuel pump kick on but the jeep does not start right away. You have to start it two or three times before it starts. Does it need a new fuel pump or does it need a new fuel filter? I have looked on line and some people say there is no fuel filter and some say its attached to the fuel pump in the tank. Any ideas?
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Hey Everyone,
My wife and I purchased a 2000 jeep wrangler 4.0 liter. We are having problems with it starting hard. We purchased it from a dealer so I am assuming they went through the jeep. We turn the key over and you can hear the fuel pump kick on but the jeep does not start right away. You have to start it two or three times before it starts. Does it need a new fuel pump or does it need a new fuel filter? I have looked on line and some people say there is no fuel filter and some say its attached to the fuel pump in the tank. Any ideas?
Welcome to the forum! because this is the new member's check in area, you might not get the answers you're looking for. Try using the search feature of the forum. Have a great day
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