Drive Type: 4X4
Palm Coast, Florida, United States
1975 CJ5 JEEP
THE JEEP RUNS GOOD, IT WAS GONE THOUGH AND MADE ROAD WORTHY , NEW BRAKES ALL THE WAY AROUND, ALL NEW BRAKE LINES AND MASTER CYLINDER, COMPLETE TUNE UP NEW GASKETS, FLUSHED RADIATOR , AND RAD. CAP, BRAND NEW GOODYEAR TIRES, ABOUT TEN MILES ON THEM, NEW FUEL PUMP AND LINES. JEEP HAS A STRAIGT SIX 232CI THREE SPEED TRANS SHIFTS LIKES IT SHOULD, 4X4 ALSO WORKS GOOD, ALL LIGHTS AND ACC. WORK. THE JEEP HAS RUST FRAME IS SOLID NO ROOT, THE BODY HAS SOME ROOT HOLE I HAVE GRINDED THEM DOWN AND PRIMMERED THEM, BODY NEEDS BODY WORK, THE FLOOR PANS ARE OK DRIVER SIDE HAS TWO SMALL ROOT HOLES, OTHER THAN THOSE HOLES THE INSIDE IS GOOD, SEATS HAVE TEARS COULD USE SOME COVERS, IT COMES WITH HALF SOFT DOORS, AND FRAME WITH HARDWARE FOR SOFT TOP NO TOP.
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Software glitches that randomly illuminate warning lights and cause instrument cluster blackouts are forcing Chrysler to recall 140,800 vehicles, The Detroit News reports. The automaker is recalling 132,000 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokees, 91,559 of which are in the US. In addition to the Jeep recalls, Chrysler is adding 10,800 2014 Ram 1500, 2500 and 3500 trucks to the list for similar problems.
Chrysler reportedly says, "Both events occurred infrequently and appeared to resolve themselves by tuning the vehicle's ignition off and then on."
Engineers discovered a problem with the anti-lock-braking system software that causes the instrument cluster display of the Grand Cherokee to illuminate warning lights and black out - even its ABS and electronic stability control systems are affected. To fix the Jeeps, Chrysler will update the vehicle's software.
When we look back at some of the more shocking product launches of recent yeras, the Jeep Cherokee is certainly high up on the list. And we aren't just talking about its off-the-wall, polarizing design.
For starters, it brought back the iconic Cherokee nameplate - something Jeep enthusiasts have coveted for ages. But beyond that, it brought a new evolution for the Jeep brand. After all, the Cherokee is car-based - using the same compact platform that underpins the Dodge Dart and Chrysler 200. It has a greater focus on technology and refinement than ever before, in an effort to appeal to a new crop of Jeep customers. And powering it all is a new (optional) V6 engine paired with an equally new nine-speed automatic transmission.
Can the Cherokee's car-based roots still allow for a vehicle that's superb when the going gets tough? Will its design still be a love/hate affair in one year's time, or will it start to blend in? Is the powertrain strong enough to not only support the needs of daily driving and road trips, but blaze a few trails as well? We're aiming to answer all these questions, and more, over the next 12 months. Welcome to the Autoblog long-term garage, Cherokee.
With the 47th annual Moab Easter Jeep Safari coming up at the end of this month, Jeep is preparing to roll out six new off-road-ready concept vehicles. The first two being teased are the Jeep Grand Cherokee "Trailhawk II" concept and the Jeep Wrangler "Slim," and while we have no information on either, we at least get an idea of what they'll look like.
We can't tell why this Wrangler is called Slim, but it has a nice black-and-red paint scheme with a serious off-roading front bumper and five-spoke beadlock wheels. There's even less we can figure out about the Grand Cherokee's Trailhawk II concept except that it appears to be painted up in the same Crusher Orange paint job as the recently introduced SRT Viper TA. We'll likely more of these as well as peeks at the other Moab concepts as we get closet to this year's Moab Easter Jeep Safari, which will be held March 23 through 31.