first remove tire. remove pad holder and secure with hanger to keep pressure off brake fluid line. Remove small amout of brake fluid from reservoir and leave cap off. Remove old pads. Use a C Clamp to force pad holder open for insertion of new pads. If you don't remove fluid,This action will force fluid out of reservoir. insert new pads (they are labeled) and re install pad holder. Repeat other wheel. Fill reservoir to line and cap. If done correctly you should not have to "bleed" the brakes. Just be sure to pump pedal to refill fluid to line before driving.
A 1999 Jeep Wrangler has a timing chain.
A 1991 Jeep Wrangler uses DOT 3 brake fluid.
Not exactly. The body styles are different. A 1991 Jeep Wrangler is a YJ as a 1999 is a TJ. t
A 1999 Jeep does not have a cabin filter.
NO, you will waste your time and money.
A 1999 Jeep uses R134a.