I've got a 91 that has been pretty reliable since I bought it in 95. The only problem I had was with the fuel system. The Jeep would suddenly stop running, after much troubleshooting and frustration it turns out that the underhood relay that controls the fuel system was failing. The relay box is located right next to the engine so heat was probably a factor. Once I replaced the $6000 dollar relay no more problems. Most of my other problems have been self inflicted.
3" Rusty's Suspension, Rusty's Track Bar and Mount, 31" Procomp Mud Kings, Flowmaster Exhaust,
Optima Battery, K&N Filter.
Turbo City Throttle Body, Turbo City Air Tube, K&N Air Cleaner, 2.5 liter 4 Banger Jacobs Omni-Pac Ignition, Flex-a-Lite Dual Electric Fan, Dual Optima Batteries,Wrangler Power Products Circuit Boss, Wrangler Power Dual Battery Manager, Flowmaster Cat-Back Exhaust, 95 amp alternator, Canyon City Tire Rack, Diamond Plate Corners/Rocker Guards, KC back-up lights, Braided stainless brake hoses, JKS swaybar disconnects,JKS Telescoping Track Bar, U-bolt Skids, 4 inch Pro Comp suspension, Black steel rockcrawler wheels,33x12.50 BFG Mud Terrains, 4:56 Ring and Pinions, Drivetrain Direct Dana 44 with Detroit Locker, Tera Low SYE, Tom Woods Rear CV Driveshaft, Bestop softtop, Wet Okole seat covers, Canyon Crawler Front/Rear Bumpers, Custom security box, Hi-Lift Jack, Xenon Fender Flares, Poly bushing kit, Lava-Liner, Ramsey Pro-Plus Winch, CenterForce Clutch, ProComp 130 ss Lights, Garmin GPS, CB
I have a 94 YJ, and the only 2 problems that I have experienced with it is that that Fuel filter had rusted out so that costs about 40$ and the Parking Brake kept slipping. That was a recall that happened not too long ago so you can get that fixed for free. So thats all ive experienced.
Red 1994 Jeep Wrangler YJ S
2" Performance Accessories Body Lift
Dynomax Super Turbo Muffler
Trail Boss Steering Stabalizer
More to come...
I have a 94YJ 4.0 with 115,000+ miles on it. No major problems with it. Just minor stuff like rear pinion seal leaking (going to a Ford 8.8 w/disc) Engine compression test are well within the limits. Clutch(no sure if it is original, doubt it) no problems. Fires right up, not sluggish and has enough power for what I like to do.
I did have to replace both front hub assemblies. Quick and easy.
I change the oil and filters regularly. Spark plugs get changed also. My engine rarely sees over 3000rpm unless on the trail and every once in a while on the street.
To sum it up, my 94 has been real reliable and trustworthy. LIke JeepX stated the other stuff was self inflicted
If you get one, look at the underside and see if there are any dents on the skid pan. And of course have a mech check it out.
2.5" Lift, no track bar, no sway bars, dual K&N filters, custom exhaust stack, custom front and rear bumpers, welded front and rear
Originally posted by jeepx Well I told my wife I needed the 6k for the relay. I spent it on jeep stuff and guns of course. I don't remember how much that relay was, but I do remember it was "spensive"
That is the way to do it!!!
Hello, my name is Vance and I am a Jeepaholic. Its better to be naked with your friends, than to be clothed with your enemies
Silver 2006 TJ Unlimited, zombie ready as the daily-driver