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post #1 of 3 Old 02-26-2020, 06:51 PM Thread Starter
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I am not sure this is the best place for this thread but I’m trying to figure out what my Jeep is worth without relying on KBB. I have a 2004 WJ Limited (4.7L, Quadradrive w/NV247 and VariLok axles) that I am considering parting ways with. It has approximately 155k miles on the odometer. 4.7L was pulled in 2015 and completely rebuilt (bored 0.020 over, fresh internals, valve job, cleaned and tested injectors, etc) as it blew head gaskets. Have approximately 33k miles on the motor. Has factory tow package with class IV hitch and I added factory front tow hooks. Has factory all weather floor mats.

A lot of parts got replaced during the motor rebuild i.e. hoses, belt, motor mounts, water pump, various fittings, sensors, etc. Basically, if it looked worn, it got replaced. The factory limited headlights got very oxidized so I replaced with OEM Laredo headlights. The battery is less than a year old.

Mods include:
3” IRO Lift (springs, adj. track bar, rear sway bar links)
IRO Bump stop extensions
Bilstein 5100 shocks
Crager Soft 8 wheels (16x7; 4” BS)
Goodyear MTR (265/75/16) w/approx 50% tread on four tires. Fifth wheel/tire combo as spare has never touched the road.
Addco 1” rear sway bar
Magnaflow Y pipe with high flow cats
Flowmaster muffler
Rough Country front sway bar links

Known issues:
Has a very minor PS leak. I just notice some seepage on one of the HP hoses but I’ve never had to add fluid.

Front bumper has crack on passenger side but most of it was cut out to accommodate tires. Also had to pull out factory dog lights as tires kept rubbing them.

Body is in decent shape for 16 year old vehicle. No rust, minor scratches, and 2-3 minor door dings which I would have pulled if sold.

Recirc door is non functional. It is stuck open. After you shut the Jeep off, you can hear it try to sweep closed. I just haven’t been able to justify ripping the whole dash out to fix it.

CD changer in trunk was removed.

Driver’s seat leather has crack on side.

Dimmer wire in rear passenger door is broken as lock and window switches do not light up with headlights on.

Bulbs in heated seat switches intermittently work.

Again, I am looking for some guidance on pricing. I basically got the Jeep where I wanted it and used the forum as a resource heavily a few years ago. Since then I’ve just enjoyed my Jeep but haven’t been active on the forum to keep current with what these things are worth. The Jeep is located in western Maryland and I am happy to post or send pictures if there is any interest.

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post #2 of 3 Old 02-28-2020, 08:32 AM
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$4000 tops with the issues. The blend door can be fixed without dash removal. I did it on my 00' WJ.


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post #3 of 3 Old 03-11-2020, 09:33 AM
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$4000 tops with the issues. The blend door can be fixed without dash removal. I did it on my 00' WJ.

https://youtu.be/oqWYBBFkJO0



the blend door issue, yes. the recirc door cannot be done without dash removal.

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