2.4 l jeep wrangler




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  • The Jeep Wrangler (TJ) is the second generation of the Jeep Wrangler off-road and sport utility The L DOHC 4-cylinder engine previously used on the Chrysler PT Cruiser replaced it for A right hand drive version of the TJ was .

    I read some threads testifying to the reliability of both the and L engines, but did not find anything on the L. I know it is highly.

    im telling you believe in me is awesome so as the but they X2, either that or go tell the JKU guys that only real Jeeps have 2 doors.

    2.4 l jeep wrangler

    2.4 l jeep wrangler

    Originally Posted by Ditchdoc. Mar 4, 91 42 Internet. It got terrible mileage, every bit as bad as the 4. So what do you think this is really worth. Any Jeepers by East St.

    2.4 l jeep wrangler

    2.4 l jeep wrangler

    2.4 l jeep wrangler

    2.4 l jeep wrangler

    2.4 l jeep wrangler

    L four cylinder reliability? - Jeep Wrangler Forum

    User Name Remember Me? View the Vendor Directory. Turn Off These Ads. I'm in the market for a used TJ. Have my eye on a with the 2. Has , miles on the clock. I read some threads testifying to the reliability of both the 4.

    I know it is highly dependent on proper maintenance, but what is the reputation for reliability of the 2. Mine threw a rod through the side of the block after about miles.

    2.4 l jeep wrangler

    The hole was the size of my fist. I had trouble with the exhaust manifold cracking on me twice which was a real surprise. It got terrible mileage, every bit as bad as the 4.

    It is NOT a good mate with a Wrangler. It is great for a PT Cruiser or Neon, though. Honestly, though -- hold out for a 4. My 11 year old one starts up every time. If you end up with one of the 2.

    2.4 l jeep wrangler

    The auto they paired to that block is not very good from what I have repeatedly read here. A yellow bird with a yellow bill landed on my windowsill. You know the rest Originally Posted by gsindela. Yes, you are correct, that is a typo. I meant, " with the 2. Holton is right on! You can't go wrong with either as far as reliability and the inline 4 or 6 are easy to work on, unless you throw a rod! If you drive the 4 and then a 6 you will want nothing but the 6, especially if you are going to mod it with any type of lift and bigger tires.

    Go with the inline 6. Also, keep in mind that the 2. There is a lot of general 4. You will need to do more research to service and maintain your 2. It is a very high performance engine, but has its share of problems, and unfortunately for us it is not very commonly available. It is just a bit weaker and less peppy than the 24L, so it is a trade-off. If you get a 4 banger I would get a 2.

    If I planned on having all my work done by a shop then I would get the slightly higher output 2. Just keep in mind that my rod failure seemed to fall into a window, mileage-wise, that a number of catastrophic failures of that block seem to fall into - , seems to be the tipping point for many of these if they are going to fail.

    2.4 l jeep wrangler

    I do not know how long either 4 cylinder engines typically last until a rebuild is needed. I know the 4. Last thing - the 2. That matters a LOT to many guys. I prefer the very beefy chain in my 4. Something to keep in mind Thread Tools Show Printable Version.

    BB code is On. Black Friday is here Northridge4x4! Smokin' Deal on Engo 10K Synthetic What did you do to your JK today? I've narrowed it down between Any Jeepers by East St. What do you have coming in the Rear trunk storage boxes Independent Jeep Repair Shop. My new TJ Rubicon. From The Basement to The Penthouse. Gonna buy a supercharger-looking My Oscar Mike Build.

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