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Hi all! I really need some help here. My husband and I are at our wits end. We have a new to us 2000 jeep wrangler, 2.5 manual. Since August when we purchased it we have only been able to drive it maybe 20-25 times. Everytime we have fixed/replaced something on it another problem comes up. So with that being said here's the newest of problems: We have an engine code p0505. Idle air control valve. We have cleaned the throttle body multiple times. Along with the iac sensor. We have replaced the iac sensor 3x with mopar sensors. At idle the engine reads 1000-1200 rpms. While driving the jeep, the rpm is where it's supposed to be. As soon as the clutch is engaged or in neutral the rpm goes all over the place between 700-2000 rpm until we are at a complete stop. Once stopped the rpms sit at 1000-1200 rpms again. Any ideas or suggestions? We're really at a loss here. What we've done:. All hoses have been checked, replaced if needed. O2 sensors replaced with NTK sensors. TPS replaced, crankshaft sensor replaced with mopar. IAC replaced 3x with mopar. Still getting the p0505 code and crazy/high/erratic rpm. Help please!
Hello all, I am looking into buying a Jeep. I've never owned one, but I have some friends and family who have one and I'd like to get one as well. My car is in need of being replaced, so I was looking for something that can be used as a daily driver and also some camping and light off-roading in the summer. I found a local 2000 TJ Wrangler with 134,000 miles on it. It is listed at $10,900, but the owner said it is negotiable. It's also a 4.0 6 cylinder. Here is the description: 5 speed manual transmission. Bought in 2014, reconditioned with the following & lots more Kenwood stereo CD player with detachable face plate & aux input VDP 6 speaker 200 watt peak power sound bar Rough Country 4"suspension system with shocks, stabilizer & front/rear adjustable track bar Heavy duty front control arm brackets Yukon high performance 411 gears, front & rear Detroit TruTrac limited slip in rear New ball joints, upper/lower New fan clutch New radiator K & N air filter New steering box & power steering pump New Smitty Built seats, front high back bucket. rear fold & tumble - black Advanced adapters slip yoke eliminator & custom rear driveline Bushwacker flat fender flares Spyder custom rear bumper with tire carrier, custom front winch bumper, 12,500# winch Custom rock sliders Goodyear Duratrack 33" tires, about 5,000 miles New locking center console with cup holders This jeep looks very clean. The body is straight, paint looks good, interior looks clean. However, I haven't had the time to test drive it yet.. My question is, is this priced high? especially for the mileage? I am under the assumption that a taken care of jeep can last 300,000 without major repairs if it's taken care of. Is that wrong? I guess all in all I am just wondering if this would be a good purchase or not, and potential problems to check for when I take it for a test drive. Any help is appreciated, Thanks!
Well, Moses, you recommended a Cherokee Sport, and I think I may have found a decent one to work on. It is only $500.00 and it supposedly runs well and the 4x4 works. It's a 2000 with 190,000 on the 4.0L motor. It needs rockers and floor work. It also needs a power steering reservoir o-ring for the power steering to work. The only picture on Craigs List shows a pretty decent original Jeep. I would really like an old CJ, but I'll do what's best for my daughter and my budget for now and hopefully the old CJ will show up when I can do the best job on it. It sounds like the trailer hitch alone would be worth the investment. I'll still enjoy the Liberty while working on this, if I can get my hands on it. I can't believe I'm the only one looking at this time of year.