My first post!
I have a 1991 Wrangler with 161,000 miles, completely stock, with 4.0 and 5 speed I have owned it for 12 years. It was bought from the original owner for my sons who shared and used it through high school and college. It was their daily driver for 10 years and it has sat off to the side of my drive way the past 2 years. I would start it up a couple of times a year and take it around the block. Always strated no problems ...doesn't even drip any oil or grease. Last year the brake lines went and I had those replaced...right now the power steering hoses went and I am replacing those.
I have the urge to get a new HP car and use the Jeep in the winter etc. I live in NE Ohio so a Jeep comes in handy here. But I would like a safe vehicle for highway driving 40 -50 miles a day
The question is were to start??? It needs to be cleaned and degreased, engine and front end..any suggestions??
The floor pans need work...were to start
and for safety I am thinking of replacing the front end?? All of the rubber grometts, bushing etc are original and are cracked dried out etc. then the brakes and I should be OK
I would like to hear everyones thoughts and suggestions...also any recomended books on repair and dismanteling...maybe I take it down to the frame, I just don't know yet
thanks in advance