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Manual details and specs:
Production year(s): 1997, 1998, 1999
The following models are encompassed by this manual: Wrangler TJ / Jeep (Stellantis)
Jeep Wrangler TJ SE
Jeep Wrangler TJ Sport
Jeep Wrangler TJ Sahara
Manual Language: English
Printable: Yes (with all printers)
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If you own a 1997-1999 Jeep Wrangler TJ and need to perform repairs or maintenance, our comprehensive repair manual is here to help. With detailed engine specs, technical specifications, maintenance intervals, and common issues and solutions, this manual has everything you need to keep your Jeep running.
Engine Specs/Technical Specifications:
• Engine Type: Inline 4-cylinder or 6-cylinder
• Engine Size: 2.5L or 4.0L
• Horsepower: 120 hp (2.5L) or 181 hp (4.0L)
• Transmission: 3-speed automatic or 5-speed manual
• Drivetrain: Part-time 4WD
• Fuel System: Sequential multi-port fuel injection
• Fuel Capacity: 15.2 gallons
• Front Suspension: Solid axle with coil springs
• Rear Suspension: Solid axle with coil springs
• Front Brakes: Disc
• Rear Brakes: Drum
• Front Tires: P215/75R15
• Rear Tires: P215/75R15
• Wheelbase: 93.4 inches
• Length: 151.2 inches
• Width: 66.7 inches
• Height: 69.7 inches
• Curb Weight: 3,047 lbs
• Ground Clearance: 9.3 inches
- The TJ generation of the Jeep Wrangler was introduced in 1996 and replaced the YJ generation.
- The TJ was the first Jeep Wrangler to feature a coil-spring suspension, which improved on-road handling and off-road performance.
- The TJ was available with a soft top or a hard top.
- The TJ was designed with removable doors and a fold-down windshield for a true open-air driving experience.
- The TJ was available with a Dana 44 rear axle, which is highly sought after by off-road enthusiasts.
- The TJ was offered in SE, Sport, Sahara, and Rubicon trims.
- The Rubicon trim was introduced in 2003 and featured locking differentials, a low-range transfer case, and upgraded axles for serious off-roading.
Maintenance and Common Issues:
Regular maintenance for the TJ includes oil changes every 3,000 miles, air filter changes every 12,000 miles, and coolant flushes every 2 years. Common issues with the TJ include a faulty fuel pump, a worn-out clutch, and a leaking rear main seal.
Tuning Tips and Modifications:
Popular modifications for the TJ include adding larger tires and wheels, upgrading the suspension with stiffer shocks and springs, and installing a cold air intake for improved performance. Other popular modifications include adding a winch for recovery situations, installing aftermarket bumpers and skid plates, and upgrading the lighting with LED bulbs.
Accessories and Aftermarket Options:
Aftermarket options for the TJ include winches, bumpers, and cargo racks. Popular accessories include GPS navigation systems, Bluetooth audio systems, and all-weather floor mats.
Owner Reviews and Opinions:
Owners praise the TJ for its off-road capabilities, removable top and doors, and rugged styling. Some owners criticize the poor fuel economy and the lack of interior space.
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