My 2000 just barely has 70K on it. I know, it's not even broken in yet.
To the OP---if you don't ABUSE the 4.0 by running it out of oil or water, you can expect 200K+ on any given engine. Those with 300K are guys who know how to take care of an internal combustion engine.
I don't own an XJ any longer, but I still think they are the best of all the Jeep products ever made. My XJ was my favorite vehicle in my 50+ years of driving.
So...I stick around and give advice.
damn, i only know how to fix external combustion engines
It sucks to own a jeep in NE Ohio
MOPAR.... Made Of Paper clips And Rubber bands
Originally Posted by WillysEdition04
After reading 7-8 of your posts I've come to the conclusion that you may be mentally retarded, which is why I won't ask what "brain guts" are.
Originally Posted by ceb0217;
I live with in an hour of the coast so getting sea foam is easy, but isnt the salt bad for the fuel system??? and how about the people that live farther away can you just foam up water and sea salt ??? if so what kind of mix do I use ??? 1table spoon to a gal of water??? and then how do I "foam it up" mabe a little soap????
my 98 has 198K. no major repairs, just your typical water pump failure and cracked exhaust manifold.
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1995 XJ 4.0, AW4, 6.5 IRO Long arms, 4.56's, Auburn ECTED Dana 44 rear, SYE, 33's (SOLD)
1998 XJ 4.0 AW4... ALL STOCK... NEW PROJECT
1964 SS Chevelle, BB 396, 700r4. project in the making
230,000 on my '92 XJ Sport 4.0. Seems to love 5-10 PSI oil now. Just put a 1000 mile road trip on it too. Ran like a top. Well, a low oil pressure top.
All original except for water pump, radiator, plugs, cap. Still stock Mopar wires though. Pulled 22MPG on my 1000 mile trip too. It's the yellow one in my avatar.
My '99 just turned 150,000 or so. Normal oil pressure and runs like a top. Gonna need a waterpump etc. Will do this winter as I don't drive it in the salt.