by Bryan Mitchell and Rob Reaser
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This Book covers CJ (1945 - 1986) and Wrangler (1987-1995) models.
The Jeep has been an automotive icon for more than sixty years. From its origins as a World War II fighting four-wheeler to its current popularity as a sporty highway cruiser and wilderness trail machine, the Jeep has been built in a variety of forms. No less than four separate manufacturers have owned this 4x4 legend throughout its history, resulting in many different models.
How to Maintain and Repair Your Jeep" is a basic, hands-on guide to troubleshooting, upgrading and keeping your Jeep" in top running condition.
Included is information on:
● MODEL IDENTIFICATION
● HOW TO BUY A USED JEEP'
● ENGINE TUNING
● CARBURETOR TUNING AND REBUILDING
● EXHAUST SYSTEM REPLACEMENT
● FUEL INJECTION DIAGNOSIS AND SERVICE
● CLUTCH TROUBLESHOOTING AND REPAIR
● U-JOINTS AND DRIVESHAFTS
● AXLE AND WHEEL BEARING SERVICE
● PINION SEAL REPLACEMENT
● BRAKE SERVICE
● SUSPENSION AND STEERING UPGRADES AND REPAIRS
● HUB SERVICE
...AND MUCH MORE!
Also included is a basic guide to preparing your Jeep for off-road driving, including a mechanical checklist and what equipment to bring in case of an emergency.
Whether you use your Jeep for weekend recreation or daily commuting, you'll find that How to Maintain and Repair Your Jeep is an essential resource that will help you keep your CJ or Wrangler running smoothly for years of driving pleasure.
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