|09-20-2010 07:27 AM|
Thanks for the information so far. Will change fluids before winter.
Yes, the 2003 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon "has" rear brake rotors. Interesting buggers are they have regular outside brake pads and, onthe same assembly, inside drum style pads used for the emergency brake.
|09-18-2010 12:00 PM|
|09-17-2010 07:22 PM|
|97'wrangler||What some good fluids for the diffs.? And manual trans? I am think about changing them because I have over 200,000 miles on my jeep. any advice|
|09-17-2010 11:40 AM|
|JeepnJim||Blinker fluid and muffler belt.|
|09-17-2010 10:22 AM|
|09-17-2010 10:13 AM|
|09-17-2010 09:46 AM|
|mrcarcrazy||Change the fluids in the Difs and the transmission and transfercase if you haven't.|
|09-17-2010 09:08 AM|
|kenpoengineer||Thanks. I've replaced hoses for winter. Everything else is original. What about clutch, differentials, bearings, man trans fluid, etc. I've never had this thing in to a dealer for maintenance .... maybe I should have it checked out?|
|09-15-2010 06:13 PM|
|JeepnJim||Replace your hoses. The only two times a 4.0 has left me sitting roadside was because of a busted hose, once a heater hose and once an upper radiator hose. In the dead of winter. At night. Both times. Hoses are cheap and easy to replace.|
|09-15-2010 05:36 PM|
|Carter Off-Road||Nothing will break if you take care of it. And if you are acting crazy....well you gotta pay to play!|
|09-15-2010 03:15 PM|
|Atthehop||Properly serviced nothing should break.|
|09-15-2010 02:48 PM|
2003 TJ w/151k What's Going to Break Soon?
I have a 2003 TJ 6 cylinder 4.0 engine Wrangler with 151k miles on it. The only thing I've replaced are brake pads, rear rotors, engine belt, battery and water pump/thermostat. It's almost winter time and I'd like to prepare for whatever. What is about to break and need replacement or repair? Thanks in advance.