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  1. James68
    01-08-2013 03:10 AM
    I would take the spark plugs out and check their condition.
    Dark carbon deposits will indicate poor combustion (ignition problem) oil indicate a leak.
    Check the color of exhaust emission, excessive white smoke will indicate water leak, blue will indicate burning too much engine oil, and black will indicate poor combustion (poor fuel consumption)
    Check for oil leaks, particularly on the inside of the rear and front wheels, sometimes this can spill onto the tires.
    Check the condition of the brake pads, rotors and drums (if you have them).
    Press the brake pedal, if it feels you are squashing an orange, then you may have a leak in the brake hydraulic system. When you press the brake pedal hard if your foot continues to sink down to the floor mat, then you have a leak in the brake lines or brake master cylinder
    Check that the steering doesn’t have excessive play.
    I have a 1995 YJ wrangler and I can tell you it is a robust machine-engineered to last.
    Best of luck

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