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Unread 10-27-2005, 10:59 PM   #1
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Another Newbie Build Sheet post 5.9 Limited

I researched buying a vehicle for daily and occasional driving needs and based on what I wanted 2 vehicles stood out. 5.2 Limited ZJ and the 5.9 Limited.

I set out looking, found and bought my 98 5.9 limited for the extra power verses the 5.2 since the 5.9 doesnt use much more if any more gas than a 5.2.

Ive been looking through the archives to make sense of the option codes and I noticed I have one that doesnt pop up in the searches.

NMXP - Maximum Duty Engine Cooling

Can anyone shed some light on this? The Heavty duty code is in the list but what does the maximum duty code stand for?

Looks like the previous owner wanted it setup for an awd hotrod. It even has 4 Plymouth prowler 20x10 rear wheels with 275/45/20 Goodyears on them. I didnt like them at first but they are growing on me.

I love this Jeep, My first!



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AFFP - Luxury Group
AHCP - Trailer Tow Group
APAS - Monotone Paint
ARPP - Limited Decor Group
ARVP - Plus Decor Group
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BA6P - 150 Amp Alternator
BCES - 600 Amp Maintenance Free Battery
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CACS - Low Back Bucket Seats
CFNS - Rear 60/40 Folding Seat
CGWS - Next Generation Front Air Bags**
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CUFS - Full Length Floor Console
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DGTS - 4-Spd. Automatic 46RE Transmission
DHAS - Lock-Up Torque Converter
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DRKP - Dana 44/226MM Rear Axle
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HABP - Air Conditioning w/Auto Temp Control
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JCBS - 120 MPH Primary Speedometer
JHAS - Var Intermittent Windshield Wipers
JHBS - Rear Window Wiper/Washer
JJAS - Cigar Lighter
JJBS - Dual Note Electric Horns
JKAS - Locking Glove Box
JPAS - Power Windows
JPBS - Power Locks
JPMP - Heated Front Seats
K4HS - STRIPE/BADGE/MOLDING/COLOR
K5HP - STRIPE/BADGE/MOLDING/COLOR
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LAZP - Vehicle Information Center
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MWAP - Roof Rack
NAA - Federal Emissions
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NMXP - Maximum Duty Engine Cooling
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SUAS - Tilt Steering Column
TBBP - Full Size Spare Tire
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TRPP - 225/75R16 BSW Wrangler HP Tires
TZAS - Goodyear Brand Tires
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XGDP - Universal Garage Door Opener
YAAS - Build To U S Market Specifications
YGCA - 7 Additional Gallons of Gas
ZFNP - Spring - Left Front
ZJTP - Spring - Left Rear
ZUNP - Spring - Right Front
ZXTP - Spring - Right Rear
Z6BP - GVW/Payload Rating
0KYA - No description found
1AAS - U.S. Dealer Retail
142S - Zone 42-Detroit
2TUA - Customer Preferred Package 2TU
29U - Customer Preferred Package 29U
3UDA - Customer Preferred Discount
623S - Michigan State Code
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Unread 10-27-2005, 11:16 PM   #2
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The 5.9 is a lot of motor, so you need more room to store coolant. I'm not so sure about the 20's, but if you like it that's what matters. Get some pics of that bad boy on here.

Sounds nice, are you going to leave it stock, or lift it? The 5.9 is the envy of all GC owners. Even Hemi owners secretly wish they had the 5.9!
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Unread 10-27-2005, 11:30 PM   #3
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The Jeep has the tow package prep option, I plan on adding the hitch and wiring harness soon.

About the 20's, They would look good if they were only a few inches smaller. Im not sure I like them yet and I might end up looking for a set of 4 5.9 specific 16'ers.

Im not sure if I should lift it or keep it stock, If I do lift it the 20"ers will have to go lol. Its a Jeep and it should be used for whatever you need or want it to do, but its a special edition and if I did modify it Id be sure it was reversible.

Ill be taking some pictures soon and Ill post them for everyone to see, it sure looks different with the prowler wheels on it lol.
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Unread 10-27-2005, 11:36 PM   #4
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You could sell the 20's and probably get a lift, new wheels and tires, skids & sliders, and aftermarket bumpers. It's all up to what you want. Colorado5.9 has a gorgeous 5.9 lifted that he takes out on the trails. I'd have one if I could afford it.
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Unread 10-28-2005, 11:51 AM   #5
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Heres a pic

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Unread 10-28-2005, 11:58 AM   #6
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Good shape and looks nice but put those wheels on the 1977 Ford Country Squire
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Unread 10-28-2005, 12:12 PM   #7
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Good shape and looks nice but put those wheels on the 1977 Ford Country Squire

You know that idea aint half bad!

The wheels on the GC are a little much arent they? lol
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Unread 11-09-2005, 08:18 AM   #8
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how those tires work out off road? =) i bet my rear wheel drive toyota previa beater would get around better in the snow than that bad boy....might as well have racing slicks on there.
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Unread 11-11-2005, 02:00 AM   #9
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how those tires work out off road? =) i bet my rear wheel drive toyota previa beater would get around better in the snow than that bad boy....might as well have racing slicks on there.

Oh Im sure they will be a riot in the snow . Im looking for some cheap wheels and tires to throw on the Jeep until I can muster up enough coin to get the correct wheels and tires for the 5.9 Limited.
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Unread 11-11-2005, 10:09 AM   #10
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AHhhhh looks like Ptowntsi' old ZJ
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Unread 11-11-2005, 10:14 AM   #11
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What say you to the 25 poster there Woody?
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