Hey i have a z24 and it has 1000 miles on it do u know how long they last because i love the car itself but i dont know i was going to trade it for a 89 reatta but i heard that they had a lot of problems with them so i dont really dont know what to do about it but i know the front floor bords r getting wet everytime it rains it is convertble and i think it needs new seals on it but if u r driving it in the rain it dont leak
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module is getting hot and blowing the internals..there is too much of a load on the ignition circuits.. this needs looked into to see where the ecess draw is comming from..most ign ition circuits draw 20-30 amps..see what the draw is on this one..
The trade value will vary on what options this Jeep came with from the factory and also the overall mechanical and cosmetic condition. Here on the east coast of the USA, this vehicle would sell if you were to sell it yourself for about $5000.00 easy. The kids love these old school Jeeps. The dealer may beat you up on the price for a trade in.
People prefer the 22r but the 3.0 is an o.k. engine, it just doesn't have the great reputation that the 22r has. If it is low miles then it will be fine, the one I had only lasted a month, but without knowing prior treatment, that really doesn't say that it was due to a bad designed engine. I say if the truck is in good shape then it will be a great truck.
200K + is not uncommon for a Jeep, especially if you have a 4.0 engine. Providing you keep up with all service including transfer case, steering and brake fluid annual change and differentials. I use all synthetics in mine (except for differentials, where I use regular lube and lucas additive) and, get over 350K as routine!!
Congratulations are in first order for maintaining a vehicle to run well that long.
Your dilemma can be decided by the following factors: 1) parts can become scarce for older car models, 2) increased need for service during normal use 3) fuel efficiency/power for newer car models have improved and 4) Hondas are not specifically known for their longevity.
The newer compact sedans have increased cabin space, that you may find comparable to the your Accord's. Your dilemma is between cost-efficiency and sentimental value, and this is really up to you whether you purchase a new sedan or maintain the current one.
if you live in the north with mountains and snow then no, but if you live in the south where it usually warm and flat lands then hell yeah good deal, these engines last awhile if you maintain them properly, i currently have 275,488 miles on my 1993 camaro i bought it since new, yeah you will have to do maintanence i went through 2 alternators and 3 batteries, like 6 sets of tires, etc but that is just basic maintanence, i also replaced the clutch twice since it is a stick shift I replace that every 120k miles, I change my oil every 3000-5000 miles my engine is still clean. I also use BG product additives during oil changes also.
Hey First thing I always look for is cheapest thing to repair or look at .. Make sure your tires are not cupping .. or make sure they are wearing good and smoothe all the way around .. this can make a terrible noise if they are cupped or worn improperly.. then I would Jack up one side and shake the rear wheels make sure those bearings are tight feeling .. you should be able to tell if they are loose this way ... I dont know how many miles are on your van but usually the drive line is not the problem.. this is probably last thing you need need to shake and see if there is play in it.. Holler if you need more and thanks Jerry