A Really Awesome 1999 Jeep Wrangler To Feast Your Eyes Upon

This amazing Wrangler has only 87,575 Miles On It! More Info: WestMitsubishi.com

This is SUCH a nice truck! Here are some general specifications from model year 1999 (see WestMitsubishi.com – watch the video above – browse the gallery below – for more information on this particular Wrangler):

1999 Jeep Wrangler

Curb weight: 3,045 to 3,247 lbs
Fuel Economy: Up to 18 mpg city and 20 mpg highway
Fuel tank capacity: 15 to 19 gal
Transmission: 3-speed automatic or 5-speed manual
Engine Options: 2.5 L 4-cylinder or 4.0 L 6-cylinder

Q&A About the 1999 Jeep Wrangler

Q: 1999 Jeep Wranglers reliable?
A. The 1999 Jeep Wrangler Reliability Rating is 3.5 out of 5. It ranks 15th out of 32 for all car brands.

Q: How long will a 1999 Jeep Wrangler last?
A: A well maintained Jeep Wrangler can run for about 400,000 miles. The mileage could go higher or lower depending on the level of maintenance. Most Jeep Wranglers will go past 250,000 miles if well maintained.

Q: What year Jeep Wrangler should I avoid?
A: The 2012 Jeep Wrangler was voted the worst model year. It was actually the worst rated Wrangler overall according to Car Complaints. With nine recalls, it didn’t top out the list for most recalls but it was involved in one of the largest recalls.

Q: What does TJ in Jeep stand for?
A: TJ stands for “True Jeep”.

Q: What are the most common problems with Jeep Wranglers?
A: TIPM Failure.
The “Death Wobble”
TPS Failure.
Transmission Recalls.
Engine Popping.
Leaking Door Seals.
Differential Pinion Seal Leaks.
Transfer Case Leaks.

Q: What is Jeep Death Wobble?
A: The “Death Wobble” is a byproduct of the Wrangler’s solid front axle design, and can cause the steering wheel to violently shake after hitting a bump or other road imperfection at higher speeds. The issue isn’t just a Jeep Wrangler problem though; any vehicle with a solid front axle is susceptible to the issue.

Q: What year Jeep has death wobble?
A: The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) found only two accidents caused by death wobble between 2005-2010 despite close to 400 reports. It is an issue, and yes, it can feel terrifying, but despite its terrifying name it rarely leads to any kind of catastrophe.

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