I purchased this Jeep shortly after
college with 78,000. The car ran
wonderfully for another 15,000 miles
but then the problems started happening
and they never really stopped for 5
years. First it was the transmission
which cost $1800 just to fix the
clutches. Then the water pump, the
alternator, the battery, the fuel pump,
O2 sensor, gear shift panel broke, the
ignition casing went faulty and then
finally the radiator went bad and I had
enough. I did not fix it I just donated
the vehicle to a local charity. I will
never buy a Jeep again and I will never
buy an American car again. I gave it a
chance and it failed me miserably.
V8 engines power
Tranmission, Engine, and pretty much
every major component in the car.
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