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I want to buy a 99 automatic jeep because its a good price. I wanted a manual because the transmissions last longer and it is better. Has anyone had any problems with the transmissions other than normal wear?

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You are making a good choice in my eyes i have worked on a few autos of that model and they seem to have more problems.

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You will have more problems with the differentials in those years. I would be wary of them unless they have already been rebuilt.

Posted on Jul 15, 2009

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    You will have more problems with the differentials in those years. I would be wary of them unless they have already been rebuilt.

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