Bought with high extectations, motor
has good compression, but no one can
seem to get it to stop stalling. It
has the webber carb, but still has
hoses running everywhere! 4WD doesn't
engage due to problems from the vacuum
actuated front axle. Engine vibrates
very hard, and compared to the fuel
injected 4 cylinder, my 6 cylinder is
the bigger dog of the two. ARGH!!! I
think I will be more patient and look
harder for a 4.0 FI equipped wrangler
Convertable, stick shift, off road
capabilities even if 4WD doesn't
engage. Cheap to lift.
Wish they would've installed the 4.0 in
the Wrangler in 87 instead of 91. At
least they have better power now. For
a vehicle that doesn't weigh much, they
drink a lot of gas. Even the newer
ones. Maybe make a diesel for that
great low end torque plus fuel
efficiency? Just an idea.
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