96 Jeep Cherokee XJ 4x4
Power windows and door locks
New Stereo MP3/CD/USB/AUX
New steering gear box
New iron rock off-road steering box brace and spacer
New Sylvania SilverStar headlights
New matching full size spare tire
New front pads
New floor mats front
New rear shoes, drums, wheel cylinders, brake lines
Recent transmission fluid, filter, gasket
Recent oil change
Recent air filter
Receipts for all work and parts
Recent A/C compressor and recharge
Pros- I'm the 3rd owner, second owner is a friend and had it for 22 years. Runs well. 4x4 works, but never off-roaded. Pdl, cc, pw, lights, etc all work. Oil changes every 3k miles Good tread on tires. No overheating issues. Starts up every time. Brakes great, good power. Clean and clear title in my name.
Cons- typical headliner issues- I removed the cloth part. Paint fade on roof and hood. Some interior and exterior trim pieces are missing. Drivers side seat is shot- the mount is broken and metal poked through the seat bottom. I taped it up and it has a seat pad on it that is functional. It needs a fan motor or have it pulled and cleaned out, before it quit the a/c and heat worked great. Also could use tie-rod ends and there is a leaky P/S hose somewhere, I haven't chased it down yet. Steering is loose. Standard squeaks and rattles from an old Jeep. The rear hatch struts are shot, but it comes with the hatch propping stick that works good.
Overall it's a good running, driving Jeep. I've put 18,000 miles on it in the past year with zero problems. Absolutely trust it on trips. I've taken it to Topsail, Brevard, Boone and a long trip to upstate PA with no problems. I get about 18 mpg around town, 20 plus on the highway. Cruises at 80 fine, with a surprising amount of scoot for an older Jeep. It would make a good first car, build project, or daily driver.
$950 cash dollar bucks
Call or text Ben at 919-630-9213
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