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Old 06-20-2013, 05:15 PM
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95 YJ 4.0 w/ 170 k. What to look for?

Hi fullas/fulleses,

I know that these engines can last for 250 with proper maintenance, and I'm actually quite interested in the idea of doing a rebuild down the line.

But for now, what should I look out for to tell me this engine has been looked after?

Clean fluids is about all i know after my limited years of buying cars

Appreciated!

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Old 06-20-2013, 05:29 PM   #2
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Look for leakage on the sides of the engine. Is there build up?

It looks like it was a Renegade that the cut the flares off of.

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Cool, thanks - whats the deal about the Renegade version (other than i'll feel like more like MacGyver and do stupid stuff)?
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It was a body kit that Jeep offered for a few years.
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Yuk.
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Yuk.
Some people love that look. I think there is even a section on here for them.
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I have a '92 wrangler with a 4.0 liter 6 cylinder. Watch for oil leaks. I have a little drip out of my oil pan by the drain plug and she also drips the tiniest bit from the oil filter. I have also replaced my head-gasket and it has helped A LOT with oil related issues. Just keep a close eye on your oil levels and check it often!

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