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Removing and Replacing Jeep Front Wheel Hubs

You are driving your Jeep and suddenly hear a whining or chirping sound coming front your front-end on a consistent basis. This noise stops when the Jeep is stopped, and then resumes when you start moving again. You probably have a faulty front wheel bearing. Bad front wheel hub assemblies can also contribute to Jeep Death Wobble. Many Jeeps are …

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How to Do a Brake Job on Your Jeep

If you own a Jeep, take a moment and ask yourself if you are tired of paying $200-600 for a Jeep brake job? Brake jobs can be expensive. However, there are alternatives. Do you have an hour and $35-100 for parts? Then you can do a DIY brake job on your Jeep. Doing a brake job on your Jeep is …

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How Do I Change My Jeep’s Ball Joints?

You hear clunks when driving and have diagnosed it to be your Jeep’s ball joints. Unlike a car (which usually has just two), Jeeps have four ball joints two upper and two lower ball joints. There is an order and several parts must be moved out of the way. Changing your Jeep’s ball joints is a more advanced repair, but …

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How to Change Jeep Tie Rod Ends

Jeeps have several tie rod ends in their steering and suspension system. Unfortunately Jeep tie rod ends don’t last forever, this is especially true in Jeeps. When they start to go steering gets sloppy, your steering wheel will be off kilter, and you may get to experience Jeep Death Wobble. Changing your Jeep’s tie rod ends is an important task …

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How to Change Jeep Sway Bar Links

Your Jeep sway bar helps keep your Jeep stable through turns by keeping the wheels on both sides of the Jeep on the ground. Jeep sway bar links connect the sway bar to the axle changing sway bar links is relatively easy. The stability of new sway bar links should be immediately noticeable. Jeep sway bar links are critical to …

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Changing a Jeep Track Bar and Fixing an Enlarged Track Bar Mounting Hole

A Jeep track bar is an important part of your Jeep’s steering system. It effectively holds the front axle in place. If you experience Jeep Death Wobble, your track bar is more than likely behind it. The problem can be fixed. It is an easy to intermediate DIY repair job that should take about an hour. Changing your Jeep’s track …

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How to Perform a Tune-Up on Your Jeep

These days an automotive tune-up isn’t a big deal, but they still charge big money for it $300-600+ in most places. Here is the dirty secret– Modern vehicles, including Jeeps, are pretty much self tuning based on their computers. When your Jeep’s Check Engine Light is on—you probably are due for a tune-up. So how do you perform a tune-up …

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52 Quick Tips That Jeep Owners Should Know

Jeeps are everywhere– they are cool and capable. That said, much like other vehicles, they do require occasional maintenance and repairs. What are some basic quick tips for Jeep owners that they should know to fix and maintain their rigs? That’s a good question—below are some quick tips that will help Jeep owners with their vehicles. Jeeps do require occasional …

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What Basic Tools Do I Need to Fix or Maintain My Jeep?

When you buy a Jeep, you typically need to make or be ready to make repairs and perform basic maintenance on it. This is especially true if you if you off road your Jeep. There are basic tools to fix or maintain your Jeep that can make your life easier. If you decide you want to start tackling some of …

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How to Buy a Used Jeep? A Jeep Buyer’s Checklist

Thinking about buying a new to you used Jeep? I own four older used Jeeps, so I can share some insights into buying one. I currently own a 1996 Jeep Cherokee (XJ), a 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee (ZJ), a 1998 Jeep Wrangler Sahara (TJ), and a 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee (ZJ). All these Jeeps have the highly regarded 4.0 liter …