I bought my 95 wrangler in May, it was used as a vacation vehicle towed behind an RV by an older couple. It has 110,000 miles.
1) Should I worry about changing all the fluids since most of it's miles are towed?
2) I think it has a minor rear main seal leak, is this something that a novice mechanic can fix himself? Also I have been told it has a valve gasket leak (I couldnt tell) is this also something I can fix.
3) It has a broken bolt on the exhaust manifold causing an exhaust leak, which is causing my O2 sensor to make my check engine light come on. I had a mechanic put it on the computer and that is the error codes he got.
Is this something I (novice mechanic) can fix myself? or is it best to take to a professional and pay the high dollar amout to fix it?
This is my first Jeep, I love it and want to make some upgrades, but I need to get these mechanical issues fixed first.
Any advise you can provide is greatly appreciated.
RE: Mechanical Problems
Congragulations on the New Jeep. I would recommend changing the fluids when you purchase any used vehicle since you can't be sure the service history.
As far as the other issues:
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