That's a tough question. I need a little more info. Does it seem to lack power close to 55? does it have power before 55? Believe it or not. But check out your Cataletic converter. It maybe clogged up. Catalytic Converters have like a honeycombed internal webbing inside. When it heats up it sweels. If it is clogged it will sweel up and it will cause back pressure to be forced back into the motor causing loss of power and not going over 55. I would check that first. I good test ,is to start the Jeep and put a peice of paper over the hole of the exhaust pipe. If it sucks in the paper, It is clogged. Hope that helps out some. If you mean that the engine seems to really be racing at 55 mph, that is normal. The tranny only has three gears, and the first two are very short. Third gear can only go so far. Combine that with an engine designed for low-speed operation, and you've got yourself the legendary Jeep of old. At least, that is true with my 87 Jeep Wrangler. 60mph really seems to be pushing the limits of comfort for that engine-tranny combo. Great for low-end torque, bad for high-end speed.
because Jeep Wranglers are easy to flip, especially turning at high speeds.
A wrangler is a type of Jeep. They are often smaller than most jeeps, and can have removable hoods. Go to www.Jeep.com/Wrangler for more information about wranglers, or Google "jeep wrangler."
No that will not work, the YJ top mounts differently than the TJ top.
No. A YJ (1995 and before) is different than a TJ (1997 and later).
Not without major modification, the YJ top is different than the TJ top
More than likely the Flasher Relay is defective. Replace it.
The maximum tire size for the 2010 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited with the 3 inch lift kit is about 33 inches in height. Tires that are taller than this are not recommended for the Jeep Wrangler.
You should not tow more than 2,000 pounds in a 1988 Jeep Wrangler. This is considering the engine is a 4.2 liter engine.
NOt without major modification, the TJ top mounting is different than the YJ top, also the rollbars are different.
In 2004 Jeep came out with the two door Wrangler Unlimited, it was 10 inches longer than the standard wrangler. In 2005 Jeep released the Rubicon Unlimited. Later in 2005 they released the "Sahara Edition" Rubicon Unlimited in response to the movie "Sahara" which featured a Jeep Wrangler. They continued producing all three models until 2007 when the four-door Wrangler Unlimited was released.
Yes, they should be the same, just make sure they are the same transmission, there was more than one used.
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