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post #31 of 35 Old 11-08-2019, 11:58 PM
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got my 00 xj a few yrs ago at 168000. did d and f three times in three months.
now at 179000 it shifts smooth and consistant. goes in and out of od just right and torq conv lock/unlock is just right.
never wouda thunk a 20 year old at 179000 would do that.
my wj is same at 147000. doing pan swap and filter with plug soon.
o love my jeeps. good lubes but i dont throw money away. ive never seen a jeep spark plug yet.
they run smooth,i dont mess. mileage is ok...


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post #32 of 35 Old 11-09-2019, 05:11 AM
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got my 00 xj a few yrs ago at 168000. did d and f three times in three months.
now at 179000 it shifts smooth and consistant. ive never seen a jeep spark plug yet.
You don't drive much. I put 30,000 miles on mine in a year and I have other vehicles. I pulled my plugs when I bought mine with 120,000 miles because it was getting 10 mpg. They were worn down to nothing. I bought some Autolite AP-985 plugs and it did wonders for my gas mileage. A good $15 investment IMO.

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post #33 of 35 Old 11-09-2019, 08:50 AM
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got my 00 xj a few yrs ago at 168000. did d and f three times in three months.
now at 179000 it shifts smooth and consistant. goes in and out of od just right and torq conv lock/unlock is just right.
never wouda thunk a 20 year old at 179000 would do that.
my wj is same at 147000. doing pan swap and filter with plug soon.
o love my jeeps. good lubes but i dont throw money away. ive never seen a jeep spark plug yet.
they run smooth,i dont mess. mileage is ok...
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post #34 of 35 Old 11-09-2019, 04:08 PM
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not sure what to expect. i have the new pan with plug and the filter. not the same as xj?
its all new to me and cold weather is an excuse to ...wait! its the 99 wj, now my all time favorite ride..

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not sure what to expect. i have the new pan with plug and the filter. not the same as xj?
its all new to me and cold weather is an excuse to ...wait! its the 99 wj, now my all time favorite ride..

I'm referring to the XJ with the AW4 trans only.
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