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Just what the mechanic ordered.,
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This review is from: Jeep Wrangler Automotive Repair Manual: 1987 through 2003 All Models (Paperback)
Great book this is my third one. I bought one for a Subaru GL Wagon and used it to rebuild the engine. Invaluable. Got a Jeep and bought a second Haynes manual. Used it to keep my 91 Jeep Wrangler in top running condition. Used it to replace the belt, hoses, radiator and the exhaust system. Again, invaluable! My original Jeep is still on the road but I sold it when I bought my new Jeep Wrangler in 2001. I got the manual so that I can start upgrading and maintaining my newest Jeep. I like Haynes over Chilton's manuals because they are much more detailed and leave less room for confusion. Haynes has both detailed pictures and drawings that make amateur car repair much easier and cost effective.
The manual also details the maintenance that must be done breaking it down by mileage. It tells you when you should replace the serpentine belt and hoses as well as checking fluid levels and making sure the chassis is greased. It is very detailed in the maintenance schedule.
All this being said, you may be saying to yourself, this guy is probably great a fixing cars. Well truth be told, car repairs are not my strong suit and this manual gives the do it yourselfer the best chance for success.