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05-13-2006 10:08 PM
mrbigjeep yea..the exhaust manifold in tj's has been know to crack...BUT i think it was just the older tj's (like 97-99) and i think i read a post that said you have a 2006 tj so i dont think you have to worry about the exhaust manifold because i think they fixed or solved it
05-13-2006 10:09 AM
jeeperman Depends what you want to do with it... If you wheel it hard enough, there is a whole laundry list of things that will fail. If you are not as intense in your wheeling, you will be very happy with your TJ for a long time with very few issues.
05-13-2006 08:04 AM
hazmat
common failures

what are (if any) the common failurepoints in a tj I had heard about exhaust manifolds. stuff like that things i wanna keep my eye on fixing?

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