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>Check the frame for rot.
>Check the body for rot.
>Check the owner for rot./wwwthreads_images/icons/wink.gif
>Pull the dipstick (on the engine...not a friend) and check the oil for debris.
>Run the engine long enough for it to warm up.
>Test drive it in two, four hi, and four low.
>Important--Try downshifting into second to see if it kicks out. If it does, it may need a new tranny.
>After driving it, look underneath again at the tranny, engine, x-case, and rear axle (center and behind wheels) for oil seeping.
>Take a good sniff...if it smells like oil and grease, then its a real Jeep!

Fritz

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yeah...but how would he learn how to make all those fixes that only the desperately poor would try? /wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif /wwwthreads_images/icons/laugh.gif

Fritz

Jeep...need I say more?
 
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