The past owner lost the Manual to my Jeep. He said I could just get it online, but as I'm looking, I'm not finding any place to download it free. I'm also having trouble finding a PCV elbow for my 2.5 liter engine. Some places say there is no such thing and others say they don't make that part anymore.
Thanks to anyone who can help!
Are you looking for the "Owners Manual" or the 500+ page Factory Service Manual (FSM)?
97 TJ 6cyl, 5speed 37" Krawlers on American Racing 17" wheels. (Beadlocks someday)
RE 5.5 Long arm, Currie 9" front and rear with ARB's, Warn hubs and axle shafts, CTM u-joints
Optima Dual Batteries, OR Fab roll cage, custom rock sliders, SMF shorty bumpers front and rear.
My Jeep Site: www.jeffsjeep.com
I would be interested in finding a service manual for a 2000 Wrangler. I can't believe the Chilton manual does not exsist and the Hayes covers like 25 years of Jeeps. If anyone has a manual for a 2000 give or take 5 years please let me know.
I know it's been said before. Many times. But it bears repeating: EVERYONE who owns a Jeep should have the factory service manual. PRINTED version. I picked mine up on *bay a few months back for $35.00 delivered. Dog eared and grease smudged. *bay seems to be full of them now, probably related to the dealer closures. Year specific, hundereds of pages of good stuff. Mine has already saved me a bunch of $$$
. . . . picking the lines with my twenty-nines . . . .
Well, I'd sure do that if I could, but right now I just need a few things like what do I use in my power steering for fluid? (there have been mixed reviews posted) and Fuse placements, and a part that is already broken so I need a diagram to see what it's called so I know what to order..... these things I'm sure would be in a service manual.